There are three principle appealing products of the Purewall Air Filtration System that collectively improve your home and aid the planet. Designed by Natalie Anton as a stage two concept for the Electrolux Design Lab, this invention is fascinating both on and beneath the surface.
The organically formed mounting structure of the appliance is modular, yet it constructs an abstract and somewhat cellular-looking pattern on your wall as decoration. These components have large dimples in them, designed to hold the air purifier capsules. These elements can be controlled with the help of a smartphone app, and work throughout the day and night to convert CO2 into oxygen. The chemical reaction inside the Purewall Air Filtration System between the gas and cyanobacteria produces biomass that can be used for biofuel on a larger scale.
Purewall Air Filtration System Decorates and Converts Carbon Dioxide
1. Mounted Air Purifiers - The development of modular air purifiers with unique shapes and designs opens up opportunities for decorative yet efficient air filtration solutions.
2. Smartphone-controlled Appliances - Smartphone-controlled appliances with remote scheduling and monitoring capabilities can improve energy efficiency and convenience for consumers.
3. Biofuel Generation Systems - Innovations in converting CO2 into biofuels through the use of biological purifiers like the Purewall Air Filtration System can disrupt the energy industry through sustainable and scalable solutions.
1. Home Appliances - Home appliances industry can utilize biomimicry and advanced technology to create efficient and aesthetically pleasing air purification systems.
2. Smart Home Technology - The smart home technology industry can create smartphone-controlled appliances with enhanced ecological benefits and energy-saving features.
3. Energy and Sustainability - The energy and sustainability industries can explore the potential of organic biomass generation through biological purifiers to produce clean and renewable biofuels.