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Mist Collecting Design Receives iF Award

The students having a photograph with the teachers.
The students having a photograph with the teachers.
“Morning Mist Seeds” utilizes a Hexagon net design to collect morning mist, solving the problem for household water sources.
“Morning Mist Seeds” utilizes a Hexagon net design to collect morning mist, solving the problem for household water sources.

    According to United Nations estimates, nearly 20 billion people in the world will be affected by water shortages in 2025, posing a major threat to food security, livelihood choices and educational opportunities for the poor. In order to help families in water-scarce areas solve the problem for livelihood water, three students, including Zhang Yi-Zhen(張怡臻) , Zhang Yu-Ru(張吟如), and Ke Jia-Yu(柯佳㚬), from the Department of Landscape and Urban Design, won the 2019 iF Design Talent Awards with their work “Morning Mist Seeds”, with a total of only 52 awards given worldwide, an truly outstanding achievement.

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