The LAGI WindNest Concept Promotes Aesthetics and Renewable Energy

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: May 3, 2011 • References: & ecofriend
The uselessness of art discussion can be stopped in its tracks with the unveiling of the LAGI WindNest concept. An entry for the Land Art Generator Initiative Competition, this project offers up an attractive solution to harnessing the earth's sustainable resources, counteracting the fact that the energy industry often has quite the opposite effect.

Trevor Lee and Clare J. Olsen have collaborated on this magnificent architectural sculpture, in which all aesthetic elements have the faculty interacting with the surrounding environment. A combination of windsock turbines and solar panels gathers natural sources of power amidst vast virgin landscapes. To be regarded as a thing of dynamic beauty, the LAGI WindNest concept even moves and breathes amid the desert and plains of its site. Stats for Tubular Eco Art Trending: Older & Chilly
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