Watch this video and get an idea of the process of building the Warka Water Tower in a school workshop conducted by Kristóf Fenyvesi! The video was recorded during the Erasmus+ Ka1 Finland study tour of the Andrássy High School from Békéscsaba (Hungary), when they visited the Norssi School in Jyväskylä.
Warka Tower is designed to harvest water from the atmosphere providing an alternative water source for rural populations that face challenges accessing drinkable water. It is a passive structure, it functions only by natural phenomena such as gravity, condensation, and evaporation. With the help of the 4D Frame toolkit, workshop participants can reconstruct how the structure is built.