Spanish architect Carolina González Vives filled the roof and terrace of Casadecor in Madrid with a series of inflatable capsules made to refresh and purify the air with a water evaporation technique. This atmospheric observatory proposes a new conception of air and water to the visitors, through an ecological dimension since this dispositive consumes not much energy. She wanted to transform this “heat island” into a “fresh oasis” thanks to the creation of low clouds and a vaporisation system.

Photos by Nacho Uribe Salazar.