Ecological Wall for an organic living

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From the food you eat to the water you drink, the fabric you wear to the pencil you use, in every little thing you can have a feel of nature. More and more people are going organic these days as the demand for organic products are on a high. “Organic” is no more an alien word to us. Most of us are pretty aware of the innate benefits of adopting organic food and clothing in our life. But beyond our imagination, there is much to the organic ballyhoo. Here we are talking about something unusual wherein we can welcome more organics into our life.

An awe-inspiring project, cited as the Ecological Wall brought forward by Stanislaw Mlynski. Mlynski is a Polish architecture student who won a bronze prize in an international contest organized by National Taipei University of Technology School of Architecture.

The picture displayed at the top is of the award-winning Ecological Wall designed by Mlynski which gives an earthy charm to the spectator. It is based on a general standard that transfers skyscrapers, commercial buildings etc to green ecosystems. It is fully equipped with solar system for the free flow of energy.

The structure is covered with floras that absorb CO2 which moves into the plants, and then oxygen is passed on with water vapour, through the pores in stems and leaves.

In Mlynski’s own words,

I proposed to create structural wall using organic waste containers. I believe that arrangement of elements, as well as their shapes have potential to create shelters for animals, gather water, and reduce CO2. The solar system has the aim to ensure energetic independence.

The Ecological Wall is an architectural marvel made by composting the organic wastes such as tea bags, paper, and fruit’s leftover, crop residue, wood, grass cuttings and a lot more. Mlynski is deeply inspired by natural eco system and made use of it in an optimal way by way of composting.

Composting is a nature’s way of recycling. It is a relatively simple process and can be carried out on a large scale without any geographical constraints. This design is bound to bring a sense of tranquility to our living space.

With this amazing proposal, Mlynski has opened new doors for future architectures who dream of making it big in organic evolution.

Via: Inhabitat

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