Sunday, 28 August 2011

When Nature Call

It is not unusual to see people relieve their bladders against a tree trunk. An action that has consequences on plants. A designer was inspired by this bad habit as old as the world to achieve an innovative concept. The concept is called When Nature Calls.  

This is a public urinal with a difference. Its base is cylindrical in shape like a tree trunk overcome by plants. The installation features a filtering system that purifies the urine into water and moistening the middle of the plants. The urine passes through three filters containing activated carbon, limestone and greensand. Urinate on a bush has never been so useful. It is this creation like no other designer in Eddie Gandelman.


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