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Casa del Agua in Mexico City Serves Local Filtered Rainwater
Posted By Ana Lisa On January 30, 2013 @ 2:30 pm In Architecture,energy efficiency,Environment,Green Resources,Innovation,Water Issues | No Comments
Casa del Agua  is a new artisan bar concept in Mexico City where you can go for a drink of rainwater ! The water is served in specially-designed and reusable glass bottles, and it’s harvested and filtered on-site. The sleek space in the Mexican capital was designed by Hector Esrawe  and Ignacio Cadena who followed the brand’s principles: transparency, good quality and timeless design.
The water served at Casa del Agua meets the highest possible purification standard, going through a process of triple filtration, evaporation and condensation that makes it pure and perfect to drink. Then it is rematerialized and ionized , increasing its alkaline and antioxidant properties. A lovely concept that makes good use of the most valuable natural resource, we’re thirsty for more ideas like this.
+ Casa del Agua 
Photo © Jaime Navarro and Rocío Serna
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URLs in this post:
 Casa del Agua: http://casadelagua.com.mx/
 rainwater: http://inhabitat.com/londons-geothermal-sharp-tourist-information-point-recycles-rainwater/
 Hector Esrawe: http://www.esrawe.com/?lang=en
 ionized: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ionized
 Via Diario Design: http://diariodesign.com/2012/12/casa-del-agua%C2%AE-lluvia-embotellada-a-la-venta-en-mexico-con-interiorismo-de-hector-esrawe/
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