Artocos Singing Wind Towers Compete in Dubai's Land Art Generator Initiative

By: Katie Cordrey - Published: Sep 14, 2010 • References: & greenprophet
The Artocos singing wind towers combine solar and wind to generate electrical power. The large folded shell structures use hot air convection to supply a wind turbine and three flue organ pipes power with moving air. This creates both power generation and musical tones. Photovoltaic cells also harness solar energy.

The Artocos singing wind towers project has been entered into Dubai's Land Art Generator Initiative (LAGI), a collaboration between artists, architects, scientists, and engineers to design build projects that combine clean energy generation with artful structures. Stats for Artistic Turbines Trending: Older & Mild
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