In modern and thoroughly industrialized cities, it can be hard to find fresh air. In order to clean up the air in your home from any allergens and particulates, it's always a good idea to have an air purifier around. Anyone with breathing problems will thank you. Isn't there a way to use nature to clean up your air?
Andrea is going to be showcased at the Design In show in Brussels until the beginning of October. It will be available in stores after that. No information on price has yet been revealed, though this device can't be that expensive. Alternately, you could just get some of the aforementioned plants to purify the air in your home. Sure, plants require some maintenance, but we are sure that your place will feel a lot fresher with them.
[via Designboom, photos and images by Mathieu Lehanneur]