30 Jun '16, 5am

Dan Roosegaarde's smog-sucking tower is taking to the road in China

Dan Roosegaarde's smog-sucking tower is taking to the road in China

It’s difficult to determine whether Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde hates smog, or loves it. The artist garnered global attention last year by creating jewelry from smog harvested in Beijing, one of the world’s most polluted cities. He’s also the inventor of a smog-sucking electric tower that was designed to clean up China’s pollution-riddled skies, and now he’s partnered with China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection to launch Smog Free Project China, which will take Roosegaarde and a team of air pollution experts on a tour of China, exhibiting Smog Free Tower and Smog Free Jewelry.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/dan-roosegaardes-smog-free-project-c...

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