France Is Saving Water For The Summer By Filtering River Waters

As summer hits, water scarcity rises. In Bordeaux, France, they have the floating shipping container pools that are boarded in an old barge. As the barge sails, it filters the waters of Garonne River through the barge’s onboard filtration system and fills the container pools with fresh and clean waters for the people of Bordeaux City to enjoy. People can enjoy the pools while sailing or when docked.

Floating Container Pool
Floating Container Pool


The moment the barge docked, the shipping container pools can be lifted by a crane and have it on-shore creating more decks pace for the crew. The project will not only answers the water scarcity problem but also reduces wastes with the repurposing of an old barge.

Floating Container Pool
Floating Container Pool
Floating Container Pool
Floating Container Pool
Floating Container Pool

Source: 2:PM Architecures via Inhabitat


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