SMOG FREE PROJECT
beining cultural creative center，pavilion K
减霾计划由荷兰艺术家、发明家丹·罗斯加德和他的专业团队所设计。减霾计划不仅是一次创新之旅——一个关于清洁未来的体验，还为公园和公共空间提供了就地治理方案。减霾计划启发了市民、政府、非政府组织、骑行倡导者和清洁技术产业团结一致，共创无霾城市。The Smog Free Project, created by Dutch artist and innovator and his team of expert offers a journey through innovation, as an experience of a clean future and a local solution for parks and public spaces.
The Smog Free Project, created by Dutch artist and innovator and his team of expert offers a journey through innovation, as an experience of a clean future and a local solution for parks and public spaces. It serves as an inspiration for citizens, governments, NGOs, pro-bicycle campaigns, and the clean-tech industry to become part of the solution, working together to make entire cities smog free.
The Smog Free Project consists of the largest outdoor vacuum cleaner in the world, the Smog Free Tower and Smog Free Jewellery made from its captured smog. The Project opened last fall in Beijing and drew thousands of visitors to admire the “new temple of clean air.”
The 7 meters high Smog Free Tower is the largest air purifier in the world which creates a local solution for citizens in parks to experience clean air for free. The Smog Free Tower cleans 30.000m3 per hour via patented ozone-free ion technology and uses a small amount of green electricity. The Smog Free Tower captures and collects more than 75% of the PM2.5 and PM10 airborne smog particles and releases clean air around the tower with a 360-degree coverage creating an almost circular zone of clean air in its surrounding.
The Smog Free Jewellery is a tangible souvenir of the Smog free Project. The Smog Free Ring and Smog Free Cufflinks are made from compressed smog particles collected from the Smog Free Tower. By sharing a Smog Free Ring, you donate 1000m3 of clean air.
The Smog Free Project is inspired by Roosegaarde’s numerous travels in China and particularly by a visit to Beijing in 2013 when he could not look up out of his hotel room and children were kept indoors due to the severity of the smog. More than 80% of people in urban areas are exposed to air quality levels that exceed World Health Organization limits. The Smog Free Project is a part of Roosegaarde’s largeroeuvre‘Landscapes of the Future’ which connects people, technology and space to improve the quality of daily life in urban environments.