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 […]
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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 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 […]
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 […]
Introducing the Hideaway Kitchen, the Freedge and the Instinct Vacuum Cleaner – 25 Electrolux Design Lab semi-finalists provide innovative compact living solutions. The 2010 edition of the Electrolux Design Lab competition received 1,300+ submissions from around the world, with all manner of creative solutions for compact living. This year the number of Australian entries increased […]
Rickard Hederstierna from Lund Institute of Technology in Sweden is the winner of the Electrolux Design Lab 2009 competition for inventing Cocoon, the meat and fish maker. Water Catcher, the flying rain catcher and water purifier by Penghao Shan from Zhejiang Sci-tech University, China, took second place.