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Stylish heaters in your bathroom for the best post-shower Aura

Having a hot shower for most people is usually an imprecise process with little more to go on than turning the knob for hot water and running the tap until the water reaches the temperature you want. The recently launched Allure and Aura storage water heaters from Electrolux takes the guesswork – and cold surprises – out of your bath water. And saves both water and energy in the process.

How the professionals feed the multitudes

According to the bible, it took a miracle from Jesus to feed a hungry crowd of 5,000. More than 2,000 years later, with the miracle of technology, Kuala Lumpur Convention Center (KLCC) Executive Chef Richmond Lim can do the same for the same number of people or more.

Singapore’s glamour mum – Amy Cheng on having it all

She sings, acts and hosts. She’s also the mother of two boys. With both a happy family and successful career encompassing film, television, theatre and song, Amy J Cheng appears to be living a modern woman’s dream.

Mobile cleaner opens the world to Adrian Mankovecký

Cutting-edge, life-changing designs and designers are popularly associated with countries like the USA or Sweden. The Electrolux Design Lab (EDL) 2011 levelled the playing field, taking in 1,300 entries from 50 countries around the world – and found its winner in Slovakian Adrian Mankovecký.

Designing an experience – the oven side of Alex Gray

Just call him the Oz of kitchens. For Electrolux Senior Industrial Designer Alex Gray, installing an oven into the kitchen isn’t just a matter of what bakes best, it’s about putting a heart into the stainless steel of your cooking area.

How does she do it? – Primpow de Gomery puts the pleasure in her business with Electrolux

We’ve all met them. The women who seem to have it all – juggling a successful career, a happy family and large living. “How does she do it?” is a new series where we explore how Asian women have come to have it all.

‘Zero’ Washing Unit Washing Concept – Siow Hansheng

This week, we speak to Mr Siow Hansheng about his ‘Zero’ washing unit concept. A Silver Award recipient at the prestigious Singapore Design Awards 2010, Hansheng offers us insights into his design and how Electrolux’s Thoughtful Design philosophy has influenced his concept.

The Napkin Project: Tan Chin Chin

The best ideas often come when you least expect them and a hasty scribble or sketch on any improvised blank canvas, usually a napkin, could spell the difference between capturing that fleeting moment of inspiration or losing that flash of brilliance.

The Napkin Project: Dennis Han

The best ideas often come when you least expect them and a hasty scribble or sketch on any improvised blank canvas, usually a napkin, could spell the difference between capturing that fleeting moment of inspiration or losing that flash of brilliance.

Good food starts with good appliances

Cooking a good meal doesn’t have to be stressful. That’s what chef Paul Neukirch of The Food Studio in Malaysia says. Speaking in German-accented English, he explained how it ties in with his personal kitchen philosophy – “A lot of people think cooking is very stressful but it can be fun…we want to show them it can be relaxing too.”