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01 Instaled Electric Gargoyle

02 The Gargoyle and the forced pipe allowind to pressure water.

03 Disassembled Gargoyle

04   Gargoyle

05  Gargoyle detail

06 Current output

07 A try of the gargoyle in clay

08 A model of gargoyle

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From a rainfall to a need for current
~ Electric gargoyle



Roofs constitute an exposed surface to rain water. Pre existing gutter systems are a way to concentrate all this water into a defined point. This point can be a place channel to produce a small electrical current. This Gargoyle is ready to be fixed on the bottom of a gutter to eliver a small amount of electricity. With high rainfall, it can reach a power of 15 Watt and an intensity of 12 Volts. It is made of zinc a water proof material that is shaped by ancient and local knowledges from France. 
While being produced, electricity can either be used directly, either be stocked in a chemical or physical way.