The Clean Hub

Architect John Dwyer has designed The Clean Hub, housing for areas with insufficient infrastructure. The 10 x 20-foot unit includes a V-shaped roof that collects rainwater, an underground reverse-osmosis filtration system to recycle and store gray water from showers and laundry facilities, and 16 rooftop adjustable photovoltaic panels that can generate up to 2,600 watts of energy. For more on this architectural Swiss Army knife, visit Utne.

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Anonymous said...

Learn more about the Clean Hub and support it in its efforts to win the American Express Members Project Competition at the following links: