Designer Henry Glogau, New Zealand - Austria
A holistic approach to providing coastal informal settlements with clean drinking water. The design uses a low-tech solution that allows communities to easily replicate it using resources from close by. The design also offers a shaded meeting spot for locals to congregate at.
Henry Glogau is a New Zealander who recently graduated from the Royal Danish Academy in Copenhagen, Denmark. His master’s degree specialized in Architecture and Extreme Environments, where he explored present and future global challenges in expeditions to diverse locations. Henry is now working as an Architect at GXN, the green innovation unit of 3XN.
Nationality: Dual New Zealand - Austria
Country of Residence: Denmark
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