Taipei Amphitheater Built From Recycled Bottles, Cooled By Falling Water

Taipei Amphitheater Built From Recycled Bottles, Cooled By Falling Water
Design

The EcoARK installation features a museum space that is air conditioned by falling water, and designed to maximize incoming natural lighting through clear recycled bottles.

Kyle Studstill
  • 13 april 2010

The EcoARK is a three-story amphitheater pavilion made up entirely of plastic bottles from Taiwan’s waste stream. The installation features a museum space, air conditioning which uses falling water collected during rainstorms, and a design to maximize incoming natural lighting through the clear bottles. The builders, Far Eastern Group, indicate the structure as the world’s first recycled structure of such magnitude.

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