Electrolux Design Lab 2013 contest finalists

There were over 1,700 designers who submitted their creative ideas to the Electrolux Design Lab 2013 competition, here are 8 finalists.
3F vacuum cleaner
Country: France
Designer: Germain Verbrackel
School: L’École de design Nantes Atlantique

3F stands for Form Follows Function. The physical body of 3F vacuum can change according to the task required. This cleaner will save space in compact and urban apartments. The design comes from ballet – while at work it resembles a skirt, floating gracefully over your floor.

Breathing Wall
Designer: Jeabyun Yeon.
Country: Korea
School: Samsung Art and Design Institute

Breathing Wall provides you with most comfortable living environment by offering pleasant indoor atmospheres. It will relieve stress related to everyday modern life.
Country: Finland
Designer: Janne Palovuori
School: Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences

Nutrima analyzes and calculates the nutritional values, possible toxins and freshness of your food and ingredients, making healthy eating easy.
OZ-1 Air Purifier
Country: Singapore
Designer: Wei Kiat Law
School: Nanyang Technological University

OZ-1 air purifier and stress reliever looks like a fashion piece, while helping you breath clean air and relax.
Kitchen Hub
Country: Italy
Designer: Francisco Barboza Grasa
School: Istituto Europeo di Design

Kitchen Hub is designed to help you to eat better, healthier and to reduce food waste. In the heart of the Hub is Food Stock app, with the rest of apps logically connected.
Country: Colombia
Designer: Adrian Perez Zapata
School: Universidad San Buenaventura

Mab is an automated cleaning system consisting of hundreds of mini robotic cleaners for every surface.
Global Chef
Country: Sweden
Designer: Dawid Dawod
School: Umea Institute of Design

Global Chef will bring people from different cultures together to cook along and enhance each other cooking with a help of laser hologram technology.
Country: Brazil
Designer: Luiza Silva
School: Federal University of Technology

Atomium is a food 3D printer that makes meals based on your desires of flavor, ingredients and shapes of the food. It focuses on children, making preparing food and eating into a fun and healthy activity. Electrolux.