A lone architecture that forever wanders the ocean, continuously processing sea waters. Utilizing the cold which exists at the deepest depths of the ocean, this vessel harvests large amounts of sea water, analyzing it, processing it, and filtering impurities. It collects all salts, minerals, and impurities within it’s monolithic vertical cylindrical storage units, and sends the purified water from these containers post-separation to an extruded cylinder cooling unit. This unit prepares the water to be released into a final ringed pool in which the final freezing processes takes place. Floating monoliths of ice are released at the end of the process, in a fleeting attempt to combat global warming and the melting polar ice-caps.
This architecture, too, is based off of initial studies done of Leonidov’s Architecture.