It is a project that offers a space for rest and shelter with a peculiarity: the availability of drinking water. It is composed of a polyester membrane covered with PVC whose shape conducts the water coming from the rain to a tank (located in the seat part) where it is collected  and stored. Before reaching it, it passes through a filtering system where the water becomes drinkable. In addition, it is a modular structure that allows a great variety of morphologies depending on the place where it is installed.


Project carried out for the Master’s Degree in Ephemeral Architecture

Authors: Aída Colom, Jorge Goenaga and Ana Monforte