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Royal College of Art graduate Chang-Yeob Lee has developed a concept to transform the BT Tower in London into a pollution-harvesting high rise.
Entitled Synth[e]tech[e]cology, the project imagines the eventual redundancy of the 189-metre tower - currently used for telecommunications - and suggests repurposing it as an eco-skyscraper that reduces the level of airborne dirt particles and helps to reduce the high level of respiratory illness in London.
The process would involve extracting the carbon from petrol fumes and using it to produce sustainable bio-fuel.
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