Tagged with 'People'

Algae energiser

Al Gore’s documentary An Inconvenient Truth in 2006 inspired Sofie Allert to try to change the world by unleashing the power of algae.

Tips for upgrading hotel air

How do you get the best air quality when staying at hotels in some of the world’s greatest cities? Daniel Uusitalo, business development manager at Blueair, clocks up 120 travel days a year and has picked up a few tips along the way.

Five game changers

Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde has come up with a gem of an idea: air-purifying towers that subject the carbon in smog to such enormous pressure that it is converted into diamonds.

Blowin’ in the wind

Artist JANET ECHELMAN goes with the flow.

Eight air heroes

Individuals who never lose sight of the fact that nothing is more important than the air we breathe.

Always be Aware

Whether at home or away, Blueair Aware keeps you connected and sends real-time air quality updates to your phone.

The Airmakers

No other air purifier has won as many design prizes as the Blueair Sense. We meet the trio of ­designers behind it to talk about sustainability, the environment, and what the future holds.

Deep blue

Swedish freediver Annelie Pompe has set records by reaching new depths without the aid of oxygen tanks and believes that humans are designed to spend time in the sea.

Man on a Mission

Today, Magnus Lundström is a celebrated designer in New York City but 20 years ago a conversation with Blueair’s founder inspired a decade-long quest to create an elegant but functional product.

The Airtist

Australian artist Emily Parsons-Lord works with an invisible medium to create art with oxygen.