Gallery: AETER Architects Unveils Utopian Eco Island for Hong Kong Bord...

Since a high volume of vehicle traffic is expected at the border crossing, Eco-Land includes a traffic portal where emissions will be removed via a series of high-tech solar powered turbines that empty into the Eco-Lab. The Eco-Lab comprises the outer portion of the terminal building, where plants and bacteria would function as "bio-filters", breaking down and digesting vehicular emissions and other pollutants.

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  1. kcraft82 August 5, 2011 at 9:18 am

    Interesting article. Sustainable design strategies can also be applied to super-tall buildings in China such as the Shanghai Tower

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