Cyanophyta Algae in Tetuan

Pine Grove Park (2008)

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In Pine Grove Park, the kiosk becomes a re-enactment of the rehydration process: a plantation of blown PET pieces resembling soft drink bottles is super-imposed on the wooden crust, traversing it. They protect the holes through which light filters inside, while at night, they illuminate the exterior area.


In the lower tank some of them contain crops of Spirulina platensis microalgae, a species that produces large amounts of oxygen, humidifies, oxygenises and purifies the air inside the pavilion naturally.

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Cristina Díaz Moreno & Efrén García Grinda
Paseo Imperial 6, 1c. 28005 Madrid
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