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Robert May worked with Marc Kushner and Matthias Hollwich to design a structure with many talents and unique physical traits. Its most obvious aesthetic characteristic is its crystallized, many-spurred shape that has been constructed of blue nylon fabric over an elaborate geometric framework. This unconventionally clad edifice is then covered in a titania nanoparticle spray, boasting the ability to rid the urban air of pollutants equivalent to 260 fewer cars on New York City roads during the summer of 2012.
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