We may have been looking for the possibilities of life on Mars, but still there are places that struggle to provide clean drinking water to their natives on Earth. Designed to offer clean and hygienic water, the “IARA” by Brazilian studio Baita Design is an innovative system that collects rainwater to purify and transport it to the users in far-off places. Filling the five outer bottles with dirty water, the new device utilizes the evaporation and condensation processes to purify water to be stored in an empty bottle located at the center. Moreover, users can employ plastic sheets or long banana leaves to increase the captor diameter and collect free and clean water from rain or dew at night. The IARA also features a rolling system with an ergonomic handle to transport clean drinking water from one place to another with ease.
Via: Baita Design