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Space 10 Algae Pavilion

December 7, 2017

This week’s installment of the Dezeen x MINI Living video series explores an algae-producing pavilion by research lab Space10, which demonstrates how buildings could help feed urban populations sustainably in the future. Presented at the annual Chart Art Fair in Copenhagen, Space10’s Algae Dome comprised a four-meter-high wooden structure wrapped in 320 meters of coiled transparent plastic tubing flowing with green microalgae. The tubing created a semi-enclosed space for visitors to sit inside, while also acting as a photo-bioreactor to produce high quantities of microalgae.

Space10 worked with architects Anna Stempniewicz, Aleksander Wadas and Rafal Wroblewski to demonstrate how buildings could be used to grow large quantities of microalgae to provide nutrition for the residents living within it. “Imagine an apartment building equipped with a similar photo-bioreactor that produced spirulina that the building’s residents could use to supplement their diets,” said Space10.

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