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Wallpaper* Design Awards 2011
We may have questioned the point of air purifiers, both in effect and aesthetically, but that was before seeing Patrick Norguet's design for French healthcare company TLV. A seamless blend of good looks and technology, Norguet's creation is bold yet highly desirable. The compact, wall-mounted piece is designed to get rid of common pollutants such as CO2 and formaldehyde, unpleasant smells, chemical or natural, and destroy airborne bacteria via the photocatalysis oxidation system developed by TLV (Europe's number two in hospital equipment), which uses Ahlstrom filters and Philips light sources. Best of all, the 'Plain Air' is low energy and low maintenance, and has a long lifespan.
Key features: A low-energy, wall-mounted air purifier that depollutes, disinfects and deodorises thanks to its photocatalysis oxidation system
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