Andrew Furmanski
Selected Works

Role: Senior Designer
Design: MSP
Client: KSA
Location: KSA
Year: 2021
What if an object could both capture carbon from our atmosphere and act as a visual inspiration? What if we created an infrastructure that helps to improve the health of our immediate environment while also seamlessly blending into it?

These are just a couple of the questions that the MSP team asked during the development and design of these DAC (direct air-capture) concepts.

Using a methodology pioneered by Klaus Lackner, director of ASU’s Center for Negative Carbon Emissions, these monolithic DAC objects combine form and function to deliver an object of admiration rather than an infrastructural eyesore.