International Design Excellence Awards: Green Air

International Design Excellence Awards: Green Air
Alex Morrison
  • 25 july 2007

This year’s IDEA produced, as per usual, some fascinating forays into the future of design. For the student awards, the bronze medal went to Julia Burke of the University of Notre Dame, who created a system called Green Air, a “low-cost, space-efficient air purification system that uses plants to reduce toxins in the air”. The system works as such:

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