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Land Art Generator Initiative Santa Monica winners address California's energy needs and drought

[caption id="attachment_872861" align="alignnone" width="1580"] John Eric Chung, Pablo La Roche, Danxi Zou, Jingyan Zhang, and Tianyi Deng (CallisonRTKL), a submission to the 2016 Land Art Generator Initiative design competition for Santa Monica[/caption] Teams from all around the world competed in the competition, and the first place winners are based in Tokyo, Japan. Christopher Sjoberg and Ryo Saito designed the Regatta H2O, ethereal sailboat-like installations that capture energy through "aerostatic flutter wind harvesting" and capture water through fog harvesting.
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