We are thrilled to announce that our Carocell Water Farm is featured in the award-winning Er Pavilion, recognized with the AIA Architecture Award for Sustainable Architecture by WA Chapter. This achievement, commissioned by the Fremantle Biennale, is a testament to the collaborative efforts of Traditional Owner Brendan Moore, Jeweller, Melissa Cameron , Green Infrastructure by Syrinx Environmental, and our Principal Sponsor and Builder ICS Australia. We are deeply grateful to everyone involved for their dedication and support in showcasing innovative solutions for clean water from the ocean. Thank you for making this vision a reality!

Surrounded by the sights, sounds and smells of saltwater and carved cliffs, the Er Pavilion rests lightly on the lawn J Shed – a gathering space for story, music, conversations, and performance for the three weeks of the Biennale. The Er Pavilion forms a new together-space, crafted from remnant timbers salvaged from the Fremantle Ports A Shed, anchored by limestone, and covered by a shimmering and woven ceiling – adorned with thread collected from Bathers Beach. Atop the structure, a desalination system will siphon the surrounding salt water, with ngarngk (mother/sun) separating water and salt, so guests of the pavilion – plants, people, and the Walyalup keniny (winds) – can be replenished.