Living in the loop: Mason water table rises

24 : 02 : 2012 Toronto : Ashley Rumsey : Preparing

Toronto – Interior design studio Mason has presented a closed-loop home system at last month’s Interior Design Show 2012’s exhibition, How Do you Live?

At the heart of the exhibit, entitled Our Home and Native Land, was a 13-foot long oak table, ‘a vessel for running water to serve the needs of preparing, eating and cleansing’, according to creative directors Ashley Rumsey and Stanley Sun. The designers say the exhibition was intended to ‘question whether our living spaces facilitate our personal needs in the most optimal and engaging manner’.

This is another example of a sustainable domestic system such as the Philips Microbial Home. For more on how The Future Family will embrace closed-loop homes in the future, read our macrotrend report.

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