A Self-Built Fog Catcher
Design by Alejandro Saldarriaga Rubio + Oscar Zamora
In the heart of the informal neighborhood of San Luis, a community has come together to create a groundbreaking project that harvests fog water and promotes ecofriendly urban agriculture practices. Through innovation and sustainability, the project challenges traditional construction methods in self-built landscapes of Colombia. This inspiring community-built prototype showcases resilience and ingenuity in the self-built environment, empowering local community members and inspiring positive changes in the neighborhood. It's a shining example of what can be achieved when a community works together towards a common goal, creating a brighter, more sustainable future through design.