Gallery: Synth[e]tech[e]cology Pollution-Harvesting Skyscraper Extracts...

This pollution-harvesting skyscraper, conceived by Royal College of Art graduate Chang-Yeob Lee, is a repurposed telecommunications tower in London designed to extract carbon from petrol fumes and use it to produce sustainable bio-fuel. Entitled Synth[e]tech[e]cology,
 
This pollution-harvesting skyscraper, conceived by Royal College of Art graduate Chang-Yeob Lee, is a repurposed telecommunications tower in London designed to extract carbon from petrol fumes and use it to produce sustainable bio-fuel. Entitled Synth[e]tech[e]cology, the project envisions a structure which could gather, store and digest pollutants and harvest them to produce minerals and biofuel.

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