ANDREA Air Filter Purifies Indoor Air with the Help of House Plants

by , 11/05/09
filed under: Air quality, Inhabitots

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We first reported on the conceptual design of the Bel-Air living air filter back in 2007, and now everyone may breathe a little easier because it came to fruition as the ANDREA Air Filter and went on the market this week! The stylish air purifier, invented by French designer Mathieu Lehanneur with Harvard professor David Edward elevates common houseplants to heroic status as they eliminate noxious chemicals that pollute indoor air. Visit Inhabitots to see precisely how the ANDREA Air Filter works!


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  1. Anonymuse September 16, 2012 at 11:43 am

    Are you kidding me? What evidence is there that a tiny plant in a plastic cage makes the slightest bit of difference to the atmosphere of a room? I have to call utter BS on this idea. Just keep a flipping plant in a pot. It will be just as effective, and it won’t have the problem of having to be thrown away every few months as the plant outgrows the cage.

  2. RichardAndreas November 9, 2009 at 10:56 am

    wow this stuff really out of the box of my head, never thought can make small version of green house

    i really shocked with this innovation, great

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