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Ordon

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A flat packed, portable air purification device for nomadic communities

Designed for polluted Mongolian regions where children are overexposed to poor quality air, Ordon is a flat pack, easy to assemble structure containing a protective net and filtering system. It can be transported and built easily to adapt to the needs of nomadic communities. The structure can host a sleeping hammock or a play area for children to spend time in, away from indoor or outdoor pollution, especially in situations when raw coal is used for cooking and heating. As such, Ordon aims to support the healthy development of lungs for children between 0-2 years.

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