Cista: Rainwater Harvesting Concept

Cista: Rainwater Harvesting Concept

Cambria Bold
Jun 23, 2009

Cista is a rainwater harvesting system designed for urban environments — a sort of vertical green wall allowing for both water conservation and increased green space. It was designed by Carolyn Moss of Moss Sund Architects in partnership with Lee Fletcher and Terence Woodside of figlforty. Made of stainless steel, flexible welded thermoplastic olefin, and (of course) ivy, the Cista can hold up to 100 gallons of water. We hope it makes it into production. Jump below for more details...

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