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Solar-powered Chlorella Oxygen Pavilion uses algae to rid big cities of air pollution

Air quality is a serious issue that needs to be addressed as more and more people move to large cities. At the same time, we are losing the forests that help us combat air pollution, which means that pollution promises to be a major health threat in coming decades. The Chlorella Pavilion hopes to address taking inspiration from the process that occurs in nature. The design emphasizes the symbiotic relationship between animal and plants.
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