Air Erosion

National Museum of Energy (2009)

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The solid volume of National Energy Museum is eroded virtually by upwelling flows -produced by air instead of water- generating an inverted geology which feeds the air into the large lateral apertures and the various intermediate chambers on each floor. The interior domes act as massive chimneys, their pressure difference triggering kinetic suction.


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Cristina Díaz Moreno & Efrén García Grinda
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