3D-Printed Sand Microclimates to Cool Public Places January 22, 2011Posted by Jeff Fuchs in green business, new products and technologies.
Tags: green, new products and technologies
Using traditional Islamic architectural latticework, London-based design firm Postler-Feruson has developed an energy efficient alternative to air conditioning units. Called Microclimates, the product is a large three-dimensional unit through which water is fed, cooling the hot air that moves through it. Not only is it more appealing visually than an air conditioning unit, but it is also easier to move around.
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