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Ecokiosk/S Fahmi Yusof

Autor // jessica zannoriPosted in // Green


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Ecokiosk, S Fahmi Yusof for Bizarreka Design, uses a series of flash techniques increasingly important in today's culture. Companies are looking for new ways to move their business practices more friendly toward the Earth. The shutter-style roof

is a solution for heating and for internal ventilation, and also becomes a source of natural light for the kiosk while you work within. The planter in both sides of this   kiosk absorbs carbon dioxide and improve the aesthetics and the overall shape of the structure. The guttering and downpipe systems are designed to collect rainwater and store it inside a tank under the roof so that you can reuse.

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Via: yankodesign

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