Jordan University of Science and Technology

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just.edu.jo

Stomata Space: Architecture as a respiratory system

Stomata Space is a sustainable architecture proposal that aims to create a clean air zone around the residential district of Al-Hashmeyah in Jordan.

Responding to the town’s industrial landscape, the project consists of a series of purification towers that act as an environmental and visual counterpart to the factory emissions towers that mark the town’s periphery. Each tower consists of a pollutant collector, a series of filters and a negative ion generator, allowing polluted air to be sucked into the top of the structure, processed, and released as clean air through the tower’s perforated sides.

Jordan University of Science and Technology

WEBSITE

just.edu.jo

Stomata Space: Architecture as a respiratory system

Stomata Space is a sustainable architecture proposal that aims to create a clean air zone around the residential district of Al-Hashmeyah in Jordan.

Responding to the town’s industrial landscape, the project consists of a series of purification towers that act as an environmental and visual counterpart to the factory emissions towers that mark the town’s periphery. Each tower consists of a pollutant collector, a series of filters and a negative ion generator, allowing polluted air to be sucked into the top of the structure, processed, and released as clean air through the tower’s perforated sides.

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