‘Bubbles’ to Help Combat Adverse Effects of Pollution

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  • A London-based architecture and design company has designed a solution called ‘Bubbles’, an architectural concept enclosing botanical garden, retail and office complex under a giant transparent roof with filtered air, controlled temperature and humidity throughout the year.
  • The concept is based on the principles of biomimetic architecture, typically lightweight environmental structures inspired by nature. The geometry of the Bubbles canopy was developed by using an algorithm that simulates the development of veins & leaves or in butterfly wings.
  • This infrastructure project will help combat adverse environmental pollution which prevents people from spending time outdoors fearing health risks. Potential applications are in Beijing, Shanghai, Delhi and Mumbai.

Exams Perspective:

  1. Biomimetic Architecture
  2. Bubbles
  3. Types of Pollution
  4. Environmental Pollution