Cellul-air

Amos Timi Oyedeji
Industrial Design Student 2017

Amos Timi Oyedeji
Royal College of Art & Imperial College London
Innovation Design Engineering

With increasing urbanization, we’re faced with an urgent crisis, the air in our cities is becoming increasingly toxic. It’s deadly – causing upwards of 4.5 million deaths each year. Cellul-air joins the fight for clean air in a new, visual way, powered by microbes. Using the principles of bioremediation, our bacteria-filled modules are designed to take in urban air and breathe out clean, purified air.

 

Team: 
Alexander Facey, Kathryn Strudwick, Nicole Stjernswärd 

"Using pollution-fighting microbes to power the future of modular air filtration”