Smog-Eating Surfaces Poised to Expand Beyond Architecture

Smog-Eating Surfaces Poised to Expand Beyond Architecture

Urban thinkers are conceiving of pollutant-absorbing roads and textiles

Plus Aziz
  • 22 march 2016

Designers and materials companies have been experimenting with pollutant-absorbing concrete for quite some time. While not the first, last year saw the introduction of Nemesi‘s Palazzo Italia in the Milan Expo 2015 as a key work that balanced style and biodynamic concrete skin, an engineering miracle. According to the Expo website:

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