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Floating air purifier walks away with top prize at the Electrolux Design Lab 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.

Clean up your vacuuming for pristine results

Vacuums have made cleaning the home a much more convenient affair. And while they may have replaced the broom in modern households, many homeowners have yet to update their own cleaning techniques when using their vacuums.

Electrolux Design Lab finalist Ben de la Roche’s Impress-ive idea puts the fun in refrigeration

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.

EDL finalist Cai Wen Yao on creating a conceptual tasty Memory

A child saying “Why does it taste different today?” has taken designer Cai Wen Yao all the way to Milan, Italy. The simple sentence, overhead by the student at the Guangdong Industry Technical College of China, helped to inspire his design of the Memory coffee maker, which remembers how you like your morning cuppa, and replicates the exact flavours you enjoy most.

Speaking from experience: Electrolux Design Lab 2012 jury members talk design

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.

Three common mistakes beginner chefs make

Cooking at home can be more than a necessity.  With the right tricks and planning, it can be a pleasurable  therapeutic experience, and even cement your status as the star in the kitchen. Don’t hob knob too much – or too little Adding oil or food to a pan before it’s properly heated can lead […]

Electrolux’s new Chief Design Officer talks design for Asia

Empathy, emotion and simplification – these are the three hallmarks of award-winning designer Stefano Marzano’s approach to product design. Recently appointed as Electrolux’s Chief Design Officer, the immensely experienced Marzano brings decades of international design experience to Electrolux.

Maximise your cooking with Maxiflame heat

You may have the right ingredients, spices, condiments and the same recipes written by the professional chefs you’re hoping to emulate. Whydoes the result not quite taste the same?

Filtering the myths of vacuum suction

When picking out a vacuum, appliance manufacturers are apt to tout two particular features – the vacuum’s suction power and its high wattage. But while important, the power of a vacuum’s suction and wattage do not tell the entire story when it comes to keeping your home spic and span.

Vac Care: Good maintenance goes a long way

A vacuum cleaner is typically a low maintenance device, but keeping it shipshape will help it clean your house better. Not to mention stave off costly repairs or needing to replace it before its time. Bagged vacuums may contain vacuum bags that require replacing over time, but it pays off in better filtration of dirt in your home.