INTERIOR AIR PURIFIER LIV
For Air Serenity in 2012
- The quality of interior air has a direct impact on health. According to the Observatory for Interior Air Quality, this would be up to 5 to 10 times more polluted than outside air. France includes more than 26.5 millions of sensitive people (asthma and allergy sufferers).
- It is from this assessment that the spin-off Air Serenity was born, with the particular aim of improving air quality inside sensitive people’s homes.
- Air Serenity wished to market an inside air purifier that was compact, innovative and high performance.
- – Mu guided Air Serenity in its reflection to implement an eco-design approach in the development of the air purifier, from the very first concept stages all the way through prototyping.
- Identify the environmental impacts linked to the air purifier from the very first stages of its development.
- Review the architecture and the operating of the machine so as to comply in an optimal way with the needs and habits of the users.
- Guide Air Serenity in the arbitrating of the design process.
- Finalist of the Grand Prix for innovation of the Paris town council, design category.
- Ambassador for French Tech at the COP 21.
- Finalist in the Clean Tech Open France competition.
- Finalist in the Digital In-Pulse 2016 competition.
« NNot only does eco-design allow us to reduce our environmental impact, but it also enables considerable economic savings, most noticeably through a thorough reflection combining functions and uses. This approach should be mandatory for every new product going to market. »
Joseph Youssef _ Executive Director and Founder of Air Serenity