MY SKY MY WATER MY GARDEN
My mum asked me to lean the chairs against the wall in case it rains. Firstly, why don’t we keep that water? Secondly, I’m lazy.
I made a garden table that collects water in its central base, which can be used for plants and flowers; potentially saving
178-510 litres of water a year – based on an average rainfall in the driest to wettest parts of the UK. Next to it, the bird feeder which collects water from its roof and channels it into the bird’s bath underneath. Effortless eco-friendly objects.
*Finalist InnovationRCA’s Selected Works programme 2007
Photo Credits: Seng Jakoon
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