Pollution-Neutralizing Installation Coming to the MoMA

Pollution-Neutralizing Installation Coming to the MoMA

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Tara Bellucci
Feb 10, 2012

This summer, MoMA's PS1 courtyard will get a huge starburst-shaped tent coated in titanium nanoparticles meant to filter pollution. The tent will also house a DJ booth and keep crowds cool by misting water. In other news, London will install 100 wifi enabled trashcans for the Olympics and DNA, a new furniture show in Denmark, opens this summer.

More news and headlines after the jump.

Pollution-Fighting Sculpture comes to PS1 Courtyard | Artnet
New contemporary furniture show set for Copenhagen | Furniture Today
A Garden Facade | Architizer
The Wi-Fi-Enabled, Bomb-Proof Trash Can Of The Future | Co.Exist

(Image: via Artnet)

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