This Waste Treatment Plant Has a Mesmerizing Structure

By: Michael Nieto - Published: • References: archdaily & gizmodo
If you’ve ever seen a waste treatment plant, you'll know that this futuristic structure in particular has a revolutionary architectural design. This plant is located in Spain outside of Valencia where it showcases an extraordinary view. The Israeli architects who designed the 759,600-square-foot plant system describe it as a “public observatory” known as a place to contemplate contemporary life.

This industrialized structure has an environmentally friendly atmosphere where waste is sorted and managed in an automated fashion. It’s also near the airport and surrounded by farm fields to isolate itself. The color scheme has natural earth tones and greenery that makes a striking appearance. This type of waste treatment plant makes a revolutionary statement for what this industry aims to provide in the near future of waste treatment to help the environment. Stats for Life-Contemplating Sustainable Architecture Trending: This Year & Warm
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