Indian architect turns air pollution into a gorgeous tile

An Indian architect harvest air pollution as a source to build tiles for design and architecture. A tile…

An Indian architect harvest air pollution as a source to build tiles for design and architecture.

A tile is the most basic element which can go into any house, it could be used on walls, floors. He has an innovative new way to serve the housing needs of a population, as well as fighting air pollution.

The mastermind behind the Carbon Craft Design is Tejas Sidnal from Mumbai. He is specialized in the art of capturing carbon emissions from the air and turning it into a stylish tile.

Carbon is taken from the air through a proprietary device by Air-Ink. His team was able to draw CO2 out of the pollution of the city. Other ingredients they use to make carbon tiles are marble chips and marble powder. In the end, press it into elegantly-designed tiles.

Since Sidnal says as India is the world’s third-largest housing industry and needs to maintain its position. His sustainable tile method would be of great help to meet the industry requirement for construction materials in an eco-friendly way.

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