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Innovative Living Air Filter – Andrea by Mathieu Lehanneur and David Edwards

Mon, Sep 14, 2009 | Appliances, Gadgets | By Margarita
 
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Almost all of us have various house plants, because they are not only nice decorations of any room but also make the air more clean and ecological atmosphere better. The collaboration of Mathieu Lehanneur and Harvard professor David Edwards, which will appear in shops soon, allows to maximize plant’s favorable effect. Thanks to new technologies they have managed to create a very cool solution to problem of air pollution. This eco-friendly model is named Andrea and presents itself as an unique living air filter with a plant inside. Andrea is capable to fill any room with freshness and to absorb toxic gases. It’s ideal for any living environment. You could use any kind of household plant as the filtration agent. The best results are achieved with quite common plants as Spathiphyllum (spath or peace lily), Dracaena marginata (red-edged dragon tree), Chlorophytum comosum (spider plant) and Aloe vera. For more technical characteristics you could visit Andrea site. [via]

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  1. Yoka Says:

    Won’t the plant outgrow the container?

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