The Willow Water Wall Collects and Stores Rain for Eco Applications

 - Dec 11, 2013
References: coroflot
Many residents of Australia have invested cleverly in water tanks that see them through periods of drought. The Willow Water Wall is a unique idea that reworks the standard and unsightly large reservoir, transforming it into an attractive and even dual-purpose object. Glen Lewis-Steele considered that many properties have gates around their perimeters, and from this, a hybrid product was born.

Thicker than your usual wooden fence, this barrier is hollow and capable of containing great quantities of liquid. When rainwater collects on the roof and rushes into the gutters, the pipes can transfer it to the Willow Water Wall. When it's required within the household, the H2O would then be pushed through a filtering system and then pumped into the home, supplying plumbing fixtures like toilets and showers with an eco water source.