Out of over 1,500 competition submissions, a student from the UK has been announced as the winner of Design Lab 2015. Jordan Lee Martin’s futuristic concept, Bloom, encourages a healthy relationship between children and food by allowing them to grow their own produce using steam.
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Six Electrolux innovative Design Lab 2014 finalist concepts selected to feature in the ‘Green House’ at Grand Designs Live Birmingham 2015
Electrolux is delighted that Grand Designs Live Birmingham will showcase the 6 Electrolux Design Lab 2014 finalist in its ‘Green House’. The ‘Green House’ gives you an interactive walk through experience showing the latest innovative gadgets and green technology as well as the latest furniture designs and systems for your home. The six Electrolux Design […]
Electrolux Design Lab 2015 update: People’s Choice voting open and location for the final event gala is Helsinki, Finland
The Electrolux Design Lab 2015 competition has now reached the stage of the People’s Choice voting. The most popular concept among the public will receive the prestigious People’s Choice Award and a 2 000 € cash prize. One of the lucky voters will win a trip to join the memorable final event which this year will take place in Helsinki, Finland on October 15th.
Electrolux today announced the 35 semi-finalists of the Design Lab 2015 competition. 5 of the submissions qualified by public vote and 30 were selected by Electrolux experts from the previous stage of 100 concepts. All concepts are now published on www.electroluxdesignlab.com.
Five UK students come up with innovative designs which have made it to the first stage of the Electrolux Design Lab 2015 competition
A ‘Teddy Bair’ that monitors your child’s air, a Cot that helps your baby sleep, and a ‘Food Hub’ where experience points unlocks further recipes….these are some of the ideas UK student finalists have come up with to earn a place in the top 100 stage of the Global Electrolux Design Lab competition
Electrolux today revealed the 100 concepts that made it through to the first stage of the Design Lab 2015 competition. The top 100 entries came from across 33 countries. The UK was included in the leading 10 countries with the most submissions out of the top 100! The 5 countries with the most submissions included; South Korea, Czech Republic, Hungary, Chile and Lithuania. All concepts are now published on www.electroluxdesignlab.com. The public can influence the competition by voting for their favourite idea, as the 5 most popular concepts from the public vote will be directly qualified to the next stage of 35 semi-finalists.
On the 7th January Electrolux announced the theme for its popular global design competition that annually receives more than 1,700 submissions from over 60 countries. In 2015 – its 13th year – the Electrolux Design Lab competition is looking for innovative ideas under the theme of Healthy Happy Kids. This year there is even more reason to join the competition, as the cash prizes have been doubled with the winner now receiving 10 000 Euros and a six-month paid intern-ship at Electrolux.
Future Hunter-Gatherer, an educational grocery shopping experience inspired by nature, has won Electrolux Design Lab 2014. The winner was selected by an expert jury in front of an audience of 150 international journalists and bloggers at the Electric Venue in Paris, France.
In the future, vegetables can be made to taste like hamburgers, bath towels can be purified and dried in seconds, you can ‘hunt’ food in your kitchen, create a dress from plastic bottles and create your own microclimate, according to contestants at the Electrolux Design Lab competition. In 2014 the global student design competition received over 1 700 submissions offering solutions to Culinary Enjoyment, Fabric Care and Air Purification in the future home environments. The winner of the competition will be chosen from the top six finalists after presenting their concepts to a jury in Paris, November 12, 2014.
The top 35 semi-finalists of the Electrolux Design Lab 2014 competition were chosen from over 1 700 submissions from around the world. The concepts represent the Creating Healthy Homes theme within the focus areas of Air Purification, Culinary Enjoyment and Fabric Care.