6 Nearly Living Architectural Designs That Fight Air Pollution

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Getting a breath of fresh air can be a rarity in a city, and construction usually doesn’t help. However, there are some buildings — whether already built or only just proposed — that can change the way our environment and infrastructure interact, making the air cleaner in the process

From giant filters to pollution-fighting sidewalks, these buildings and structures are a breath of fresh air in places often overrun with harsh fumes.

Here are six designs that are leading the way. …

1. Manuel Gea Gonzalez Hospital (Mexico City) and 2. Palazzo Italia (Milan)

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Via: Mashable: Dev & Design

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