Bank of Norrland CO2 Storage Facility

Much of the world's timber is immediately burnt or turned into paper. This releases huge amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. The Bank of Norrland is a concept meant to instead store it for later, more ecologically friendly purposes. Created by Anders Berensson Architects for the exhibition Architectures of Transition, the proposed structure would be a cubic kilometer in size, making it the world's largest timber structure and the largest man-made carbon dioxide storage facility. The exhibition will continue through March 2022.

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