The Mobius Project encourages interconnection of inputs and outputs in the form of a closed loop model. It brings together infrastructural activities that we have became accustomed to be separate and mono-functional from each other.
The Mobius Project puts together:
- A productive greenhouse
- A restaurant serving local food from the greenhouse
- A fish farm
- A food market
- A wormery composting system
- Mushroom cultivation using coffee grains
- An anaerobic digester and biomass CHP
- A “Living Machine” water system
- Artificial limestone from CO2 waste
The most innovative aspect of the Mobius Project is that it integrates food production, energy generation, and water treatment in a synergistic cycle. The building is capable to handle most of the biodegradable waste from local urban areas using composting and anaerobic technologies.
This project could help generating a sense of community and reconnecting people with food while addressing many of the infrastructural requirements of sustainable living in urban areas. It is an ongoing project by Exploration Technology.