The founders of ecoLogicStudio have unveiled their latest project, the STEMcloud 2.0, which proposes the development of an architectural prototype serving as an oxygen-generating machine. The system will operate as a breeding ground for micro-ecologies found in rivers and will involve the visitors in the breeding process, the end result of which will be an oxygen-rich gallery space.

Just don't light a cigarette in there.

The transparency of the architectural system allows the process to be visually exposed to the elements of the gallery, which further aids the visitors to intervene with the system and help the breeding process. Visitors will feed the colonies present in the river water with nutrients, CO2 and light, which will then be used by the micro-ecologies producing oxygen along with their growth.


Via: ArchDaily