Plain Air is a simple air purifying system, giving our homes and offices a fresh touch. The Photo Catalysis Oxidation system is minimal also in operation, with plug and play feature, as well as minimal in mercury rate and minimal spare parts. Plain Air is launched by TLV, and designed by Patrick Norguet (loving the minimalist website as well), in collaboration also with Alhstrom and Philips. Less is more, especially when it comes to the air we breathe; less junk in the air means more oxygen to breathe. Minimalism in everyday breathing. Photography by Felipe Ribon.
Categorized “Air purifier”
In cooperation with scientists from the Harvard University, French designer Mathieu Lehanneur developed the Bel-Air air purifier… and it uses plants for a filter. The Bel-Air draws in air from the room, absorbs its toxic compounds through the leaves and roots, and releases the purified air back into the room. Although the Bel-Air is currently only a prototype, Lehanneur hopes to bring it to the home air purification market somewhere this year.