Who wouldn’t want to grab a breath of fresh and clean air? Giving you just what you desire is revolutionary product the ANDREA air purifier. Designed by Mathieu Lehanneur and David Edwards of Harvard University, the air purifier utilizes your indoor planets to provide pure and filtered air. Initially known as Bel air, the design has been revived with new features to make it more efficient. The new design has been tested thoroughly before it is made available to consumers in October.
It is believed that the air in our dwellings and work places is 5 to 10 times more toxic than the external surroundings. So, to filter the air to give you a cleaner living area ANDREA counters our domestic pollution, by putting a green lung with enhanced capacities to filter the air and capture toxic particles into our homes. It filters the air with not only the leaves but also through the roots of the plant that is placed in the unit. Consequently, the best-performing plants are those that are actually very common such as spath or peace lily, red-edged dragon tree, spider plant and Aloe vera.
ANDREA is ideal for spaces up to 40 m2 and its maintenance is easy since it consists mainly in watering the plant. The magical unit that is just apt to buy this autumn is reasonably priced at $199.