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The Algae Dome

September 7, 2017

IKEA’s external future-living lab SPACE10 presented at this year’s CHART art fair 2017 in Copenhagen a four-meter-high pavilion, that not only provides a unique spatial experience for visitors, but also employs a running photo-bioreactor to grow algae. The aim is to give people a taste of what could be a superfood of the future — both for humans and for animals.

SPACE10 worked with architects Aleksander Wadas, Rafal Wroblewski, Anna Stempniewicz and bioengineer Keenan Pinto to create The Algae Dome — a big, beautiful photobioreactor capable of producing 450 liters of microalgae during the three days of CHART. SPACE10’s chef-in-residency, Simon Perez, has over the summer experimented with algae and developed a range of delicious recipes using algae. Tasty crisps were sampled at CHART Art fair. (They go very well with cold Danish beer apparently.)

Credit — SPACE10 project Architects: Aleksander Wadas, Rafal Wroblewski and Anna Stempniewicz Bioengineer-in-residence: Keenan Pinto

Chef-in-residence: Simon Perez
Project partners: Østerbro Tømmerhandel, Danish Technological institution, CHART, Film credit: Made by: Fantom Film + JJ film Director: Émile Sadria
Photographer: William von Bülow
Producer: Mads Jørgensen
Concept: Simon Caspersen
Music: Kasper Marott

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