Ariel Noyman Designs a Futuristic Untraditional Water Tower With Foliage

By: Peter Vallas - Published: Mar 12, 2011 • References: AnArchiX & furniturefashion
Israeli architect Ariel Noyman knows that water towers can sometimes be an eyesore and very outdated, especially in cities where modern buildings pop up every week. To revamp the boring world of water tower architecture, Ariel Noyman has designed a new concept to be put up in Israel to replace an existing water tower.

The Station 5 Water Tower is the name of the extraordinary water-holding structure that Ariel Noyman has devised. What makes Station 5 stand out is its original design and gorgeous green foliage. In a world where eco is on the forefront, Ariel Noyman made sure to include "green" elements into his design.

The water pool inside the Ariel Noyman water tower will also be turned into an exhibition place with continuing gardens on the top and bottom floors. Stats for Green Glowing Towers Trending: Older & Chilly
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