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BA (Hons) Architecture

Adeniyi Adekunle

The Sutler Project is the answer to the extreme conditions of Drought and Poverty. It is a combination between a Water harvesting system, designed to aquire water through a series of pumps and a tensegral dew harvester, and a microfinance bank, culminating the little wealth in Castlefield and using it to invest in startups of industry.

Adeniyi Adekunle - The Water Wall is designed to condense any airborne water vapour for collection and use at another time

The Water Wall is designed to condense any airborne water vapour for collection and use at another time

Adeniyi Adekunle - Inbetween the Water Wall and the building a promenade is created

Inbetween the Water Wall and the building a promenade is created

Adeniyi Adekunle - Section A

Section A

Adeniyi Adekunle - Outdoor Perspective

Outdoor Perspective

Adeniyi Adekunle - The Water Pump is designed to acquire water from the aquifers deep below Manchester

The Water Pump is designed to acquire water from the aquifers deep below Manchester

Adeniyi Adekunle - The Water Wall is designed to condense any airborne water vapour for collection and use at another time
Adeniyi Adekunle - Section A
Adeniyi Adekunle - Outdoor Perspective
Adeniyi Adekunle - The Water Pump is designed to acquire water from the aquifers deep below Manchester
Adeniyi Adekunle - Inbetween the Water Wall and the building a promenade is created

Tags: Adaptive, Banking, Buckminster Fuller, Castlefield, Climate Control, Dew Harvesting, Drought, Microfinance, Poverty, Tensegrity

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