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CoolAnt

presents

We are CoolAnt.

by blending art and science.
by combining tradition & technology.
with nature based solutions.
without air conditioning.
by blending art and science.
We help buildings #beattheheat
More CO2 was released in the atmosphere in 2 days in 2019 than the entire year in 1902, when the air conditioner was invented.
We're imagining a future without air conditioning,
one step at a time
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Designing passive buildings from the very beginning

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The best way to reduce your carbon footprint is to design your buildings to be passive from the beginning.

This is why we have created a library of information to help you do just that.
02

A Second Skin against the harsh summer heat

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Majority of the heat gain in the buildings is through roofs and building facades.

Creating an insulation barrier on these surfaces reduces the heat gain and cooling demand in our buildings.
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Creating impact through Art

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Majority of the heat gain in the buildings is through roofs and building facades.

Creating an insulation barrier on these surfaces reduces the heat gain and cooling demand in our buildings.

All the CoolBuzz around us

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OMG Nature! | Mud AC

These terracotta tubes are helping reduce ambient temperatures without harming the environment! How ‘cool’ is this invention?

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This Innovative Cooling Installation Fights Soaring Temperatures in New Delhi

This installation is a bespoke attempt to simplify and reinterpret the concept of air-conditioning, using computational technologies.

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Indian architect turns to bees and terracotta to design innovative cooling system

Monish Siripurapu’s cooling system may be based on the design of a beehive but inspiration didn't come while he was striding through fields of flowers

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India has a looming air con headache. Does antiquity hold the solution?

As the climate crisis makes the world hotter, people are looking to stay cool. By 2050 there could be thrice as many air conditioning units as in 2013

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Beehive, A Biomimetic Cooler and Air Purifier Made From EarthenWare Pots

Created by Ant Studio, Beehive is a functional-art alternative to energy intensive cooling and air purification solutions.

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This Indian company built a zero-energy air conditioner

It uses clay pipes and water to cool the air around it. Terracotta tubes are stacked in a metal cage. Water is poured over them twice a day.

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CoolAnt, natural air cooling

This is a cooling system made of natural materials and having minimal impact on the environment

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A "Beehive" Air Conditioner

A team of architects from New Delhi crafted a terracotta cooling system that looks like a giant beehive. 🤯

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