The traditional perception of an air purifier which one has in their mind is of an oversized can which takes a lot of valuable space and is quite hard to rearrange or transport once needed. On the other hand, with changing times and expanding requirements all that is sure to transform and the Daan from Joseph Kim (Daan is Korean for column) seems to be a bit of a trendsetter in this regard with its one-of-a-kind design and finish which make it as much a visual delight as it’s for the health by spreading eco-friendly goodness. Air purifiers have experienced a massive revival in the last several years; however one thing they all have in common is the inability to dynamically scale to different size interiors. The Daan is a small disk sized unit capable to completely purify a small room. Now comes the best part – you stack several units together to purify a larger room. What’s more, it is possible to detach one unit and take it for travel.
Breathing disorders are definitely on a rise and air pollution simply does not seem to be getting contained. Be it a multimillion people city or a comfortable small town, the quality of air is on the downslide. In case you are a worried mom or dad and simply cannot seem to get over that persistent cough that’s hounding the little one, it is best to ensure and eliminate bad air quality in the home from the list of allergens. Something like the Breathing Bud is a surefire way of testing how good the air quality at house is. Made like a wonderful bud, the bedroom air purifier has vents at the base which take in the air for testing. A beaming blue bud shows that the air in the bedroom is of top quality; on the other hand, pink light shows that some pronto action is needed. Breathing Bud sources power from the PC or lap top through USB and transfers all information to it too. It is possible to use the relevant info in order to compare it with the standards which are easily available off the Internet.
Natural plants are maybe the very best and most efficient air purifier that not simply provide fresh air but beautify the interiors as well. Harnessing the natural process of air purification, David Edwards and Mathieu Lehanneur, designers from Harvard, have come up with a cool air purifier which makes use of home plants to clean air. Named Andrea, the ‘green’ air purifier absorbs toxic gases in order to filter them through the roots as well as leaves of the indoor plant within and gives clean air. What’s more, you do not need exotic home plants for this, since plants as universal as Lilly, Red-Edged Dragon Tree, Spider Plant and Aloe Vera are perfect for air purification.