A hands-free stirring utensil, a tasting spoon that tells you what ingredient is lacking- this is what the future of household and cooking appliances looked like at the 10th annual Electrolux Design Lab competition. But there could only be one winner- Aeroball by Jan Ankiersztajn from Poland was awarded first prize in the finals held at the Triennale Design Museum in Milan, 25 October 2012.
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You can now vote for your favourite Design Lab concept in this year’s People Choice Award. The ten final concepts will be scrutinised by an expert jury panel in Milan on the day of the final event but we want to know who you would pick as the winner
Adrian Mankovecký, student at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, Slovakia, was awarded first place in the 2011 Electrolux Design Lab competition finals at the Room Home Intelligence Conference at the Business Design Center in London. Adrian Mankovecký’s design concept, Portable Spot Cleaner, beat a field of 1,300 entries from over 50 countries. Please click on headline for more.
Eight Electrolux Design Lab finalists offer Intelligent Mobility solutions. The ninth edition of the annual Electrolux Design Lab competition challenged industrial design students to consider Intelligent Mobility within home appliances. Electrolux will present the eight finalists, representing Australia; Canada; Finland; Hungary; New Zealand; Slovakia and the USA, in a programme that also features insights from Electrolux product specialists and leading designers, including Electrolux global head of Design, Henrik Otto.
In a cooperation with the prestigious Domus Academy in Milan, Electrolux mentored students studying a Masters Program in Product Design, challenging them to rethink kitchen appliances. The students were asked to propose solutions for the kitchen inspired by sustainability and culture based on currently available technology under the theme of “Re-Source”. PLEASE CLICK ON HEADLINE FOR MORE.
Swedish appliance giant Electrolux presents four of its ‘appliances of the future’ in the House of the Future, sponsored by Virgin Media, at this year’s Grand Designs Live London (30th April till 8th May 2011, ExCeL, Docklands). PLEASE CLICK ON HEADLINE FOR MORE.
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 2010competition for inventing The Snail, the Micro Induction Heating.
Swedish home appliance giant Electrolux selected The Snail as the Electrolux Design Lab 2010 winner. The announcement was made at the finals in London on September 23, 2010, at 100% Design London, the UK’s leading architecture and design event.
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Swedish household appliance giant Electrolux presents a glimpse of future appliances for ‘Compact Living’ at 100% Design, Earls Court next week: Thursday 23rd Sept. PLEASE CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE.
Home appliances will need to get smart and compact to cope with predictions that 75% of us will live in cities by 2050, many in a mere 35m² (a boxing ring is 37m²!)
At 100% Design on Thursday 23rd Sept, Electrolux paints a super-urbanised future London where your fridge is hung outside your window to save space and energy, and where your laundry basket and washing machine are combined together in a compact wall-mounted space-saving steam dispensing capsule.
We have just added 8 superb mini video clips about each of the 8 Electrolux Design Lab finalists… PLEASE CLICK ON HEADLINE FOR MORE.
Introducing the Robotic Fish Dishwasher, the Snail Induction Cooker and Sheep Vacuum Cleaner – 25 Electrolux Design Lab semi-finalists provide innovative compact living solutions.
From a field of 1,300, the top 25 concepts have been chosen from designers based in 17 countries across the world. Romania and China are represented by three entries each, the USA, India, Russia and Australia have two representatives and for the first time ever, entries from India and the Middle East. PLEASE CLICK HEADLINE FOR FULL STORY.