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Category: Electrolux Design Lab

Electrolux Design Lab 2014 seeks Australian submissions for Creating Healthy Homes

Electrolux Design Lab, a popular global design competition in its 12th year, is calling on Australian design students to enter this year’s contest. Students compete for a six-month paid internship and a prize of 5,000 Euros by submitting innovative design ideas for the future home. This year’s theme, Creating Healthy Homes, challenges students to think […]

Entries are now open for Electrolux Design Lab 2013 – Urban Living inspires design solutions of the future

New themes and opportunities revealed for world class competition The competition that has generated innovative concepts including the floating air cleaner, Aeroball, the stain tackling, Portable Spot Cleaner, and a portable heating and cooking device, The Snail returns for its 11th year and today announces the new theme for 2013.  This year, the Electrolux Design […]

Electrolux Design Lab 2012 finalists announced – Aussie student’s concept that makes the top ten

The annual international Design Lab competition, now in its tenth year, has announced its finalists – with one proud Australian making the top 10. The competition challenged industrial design students to consider how a fuller, sensory experience can be incorporated into everyday, home appliances. The top 10 were chosen from a field of 1,200 entrants […]

Concept claims top Aussie design honours

Melbourne based university student, Enzo Kocak, has been announced as the winner of the Australian competition for Electrolux Design Lab 2011 for his innovative, multi-purpose portable heater and cooler. The 20-year old’s design concept, entitled Ribbon, was praised for its intuitive design and clever interpretation of this year’s theme, ‘intelligent mobility’, by the Australian judges […]

Electrolux Design Lab 2011 winner announced with Australian entrant Enzo Kocak coming a close second

Congratulations to Adrian Mankovecký, student at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, Slovakia for taking out the top prize and runner up Enzo Kocak from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.   Adrian was awarded first place in the 2011 Electrolux Design Lab competition finals at the Room Home Intelligence Conference at the […]

Electrolux puts local focus on International design competition

Australian judges to reward best local submissions for concepts that delve into the future of home appliances With only two weeks left to enter the 2011 Electrolux Design Lab competition, Electrolux has announced the judging panel for the Australian Design Lab competition. All Australian entries in the global competition will automatically go into the running […]

Peter Alwin wins Electrolux Design Lab 2010 with The Snail

Peter Alwin from National Institute of Design in India is the winner of the Electrolux Design Lab 2010 competition for inventing The Snail, the Micro Induction Heating. Electrolux, a global leader in home and professional appliances, selected The Snail as the Electrolux Design Lab 2010 winner. The announcement was made at the finals in London […]

Electrolux Design Lab 2010 Top Eight

Australian entrant makes the final Electrolux Design Lab finalists offer future living solutions. Australian entrant, Daniel Dobrogorsky, has been announced as a finalist in the Electrolux Design Lab 2010 competition. A student at Monash University in Melbourne, Daniel’s vision is one of eight from around the world to compete for the winning title in London […]

Induction expressed in the language of tableware

New Infinite Induction hob concept from Electrolux and its mirror-image hood connect preparation with presentation Launched in Eurocucina and available exclusively in Europe, the matching Infinite Induction 3D hob and hood concept from Electrolux uses the design language of tableware to connect food preparation with food presentation. The tableware language of the hob-hood pair starts […]

Call for entries: The 2nd Space Age

The Electrolux Design Lab 2010 global design competition invites undergraduate and graduate industrial design students around the world to compete for a six-month paid internship and prize money by submitting ideas that consider shrinking domestic spaces.