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Water and Sanitation

Smart Futuristic Pipe Joints

Smart Futuristic Pipe Joints

Water and Sanitation

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)

A system of sensors and brackets to detect and remedy leakages in urban water networks

APEA

APEA

Water and Sanitation

Art University of Isfahan

Water consumption in agriculture accounts for 75% of our total fresh water use, greatly contributing to the issue if water scarcity.

Reconstructing Mass – A Farm to Table Project

Reconstructing Mass – A Farm to Table Project

Water and Sanitation

American University of Sharjah

In Morocco, agriculture consumes 80% of the country’s water resources.

Airtomo Air Purification System

Airtomo Air Purification System

Health and Well-being

National University of Singapore

A new, nature-inspired system to purify air in underground environments

Samarth | Modular air purification system

Samarth | Modular air purification system

Cities and Communities

A modular air purification system that does not rely on filters to bring clean air to large cities

SALLUMINATOR

SALLUMINATOR

Water and Sanitation

Art University of Isfahan

A responsive urban lighting system powered only by salt water

Water Farm

Water Farm

Water and Sanitation

IAAC – Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia

Harvesting drinking water from natural water sources in floating communities

EZ Breezy

EZ Breezy

Energy

Harvard University

A smart vent to regulate indoor temperature and humidity in an efficient way without using electricity

HAMON – Water Purification Device

HAMON – Water Purification Device

Health and Well-being

Staffordshire University

A low cost carrier designed for children to hold and purify water in challenging environments

ECMH + UDB Design for Vulnerability

ECMH + UDB Design for Vulnerability

Water and Sanitation

Escuela de Comunicación Mónica Herrera

An affordable, natural water filter to help communities with difficult access to clean water

Bacterial Dye – the Pigment of the Future

Bacterial Dye – the Pigment of the Future

Water and Sanitation

KADK – The Royal Danish Academy

Using bacteria to create natural dyes and reduce the need for toxic chemicals