Commending innovation and exceptional designs that spur the imagination, the Singapore Good Design Mark Award was awarded to the 23L Inspiration Microwave Oven.
Building eco-friendly households with environment-friendly appliances can be easy with the right choices.
Life-changing culinary, laundry and air purification appliance concepts from Asia Pacific could take home the big prize at the Electrolux Design Lab 2014 competition. One of these semi-finalists could win an internship at an Electrolux Global Design Centre and €5,000.
The home of your future won’t just make living easier, it’ll make it healthier too. The Electrolux Design Lab (EDL) 2014 is underway, with up and coming young designers around the world submitting their visions for a healthier home. The annual competition, which features “Creating Healthy Homes” as this year’s theme, drew close to 1,700 […]
An idea for a floating air purifier that doubles as a lighting fixture for the home has lit up the future for Jan Ankiersztajn. The Polish design student at the Uniwersytet Artystyczny Poznaniu recently beat out 1,200 designs from over 50 countries with his Aeroball concept, to take home top honours at the Electrolux Design Lab (EDL) 2012.
An air purifier that takes up no floor space, provides lighting at night and looks good while doing it.
Introducing the Aeroball, a design by Polish design student Jan Ankiersztajn. The concept was the winning entry at the Electrolux Design Lab 2012, held in Milan on 25 October.
Futuristic technology meets nature in the Treat – a finalist in this year’s Electrolux Design Lab (EDL) competition. Conceptualised by Amy Liu, a Queensland University of Technology design student, this tree-like food storage appliance combines classic storage techniques like vacuum sealing with modern mobile technology that can control the device remotely.
An immature idea, leftover food and a children’s toy helped Ben de la Roche design his way onto the path of success.
The Impress refrigerator concept has made the design student from Massey University in New Zealand one of just 10 finalists of the Electrolux Design Lab 2012 (EDL) competition. His food storage idea combines form and function with a sense of fun to boot, culminating in a refrigeration wall that holds your food out so you can remember and easily access any food stored for your next meal or snack.
In a global village where popular products and services can be easily duplicated, what differentiates one from the other is the experience they offer. The professional members of the Electrolux Design Lab (EDL) 2012 jury, Michelin Star chef David Oldani and design blogger Kelly Beall have made careers out of creating experiences in fine dining and design respectively.
Like telecommunications devices and electronics, it appears the future of kitchen appliances could very well be mobile. From electric freestanding cookers to portable induction cookers, appliances are being designed for versatility in modern apartments and homes.