With the Sprig air purifier, you've got an appliance that aims to serve more than one precise function. You might even say that it performs three. Designed by Camila Sanhueza as an entry for the 2013 Electrolux Design Lab, the device is a beautiful wall decoration, a hi-tech atmosphere enhancer and an effective air filtration system.
The inspiration for the design has come directly from the branch of a tree, complete with twigs and off-shooting foliage. The leaves are actually little screens that can produce different colors, patterns and effects, and they attract dust in the rear to clean the air. The Sprig air purifier can be conveniently controlled with the assistance of a smartphone app.
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- By: Amelia RoblinOct 11, 2013