Prisons are normally isolated probably out on sea. But architect Margot Krasojevic has designed an interesting one, something that will do more than hold the criminal minds – provide renewable energy as well.
The Hydroelectric Waterfall Prison is something designed for the Pacific Ocean that would float upon a tension-leg platform to the seabed.
Deep water ocean is pumped up towards the main structure and is distributed via the nozzles on the cantilevered surface which are in turn directed to the series of Tyson turbines to generate electricity.
Further, there are underwater cables that run the electrical power for supply towards the mainland.