Smog Free Tower by Studio Roosegaarde open in Korea

Outdoor air purifiers that turn smog into jewellery opened at Pyeong-chon Central Park in Anyang, South Korea. The opening ceremony was attended by the mayor of Anyang Dae-ho Choi, the ambassador of the Netherlands Joanne Doornewaard, artist Daan Roosegaarde, Art Director of APAP6 Kim Yoon-Sub, and the local public.

The Smog Free Project was invited by the Anyang Public Art Project (APAP) to act as an iconic landmark of their environmental mission.

The Smog Free Project is a campaign for clean air, initiated by Dutch artist and innovator Daan Roosegaarde, to reduce air pollution and bring about an inspirational experience for a clean future. The project includes a series of urban innovations, such as the Smog Free Tower, which provides a local solution to clean air in public spaces.

The 7m tall Smog Free Tower uses patented positive ionization technology to produce smog-free air in public spaces, allowing people to breathe and experience clean air for free..

Daan Roosegaarde: "True beauty is not a Louis Vuitton bag or a Ferrari, but clean air and clean energy."

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