Innovative designer re-thinks the refrigerator, aims to save energy
If you live alone then well, it might be safe to assume that your fridge might not be as well-stocked compared to a family of four. Unfortunately our refrigerators can't detect that which means that the same amount of electricity is consumed whether it is full or not. Well perhaps looking to solve that problem, industrial design student Ben de la Roche has come up with a concept refrigerator dubbed the Impress. His design was submitted to the 2012 Electrolux Design Lab competition and he will be presenting it to a panel of judges in Milan, Italy, come 25th of October. So what exactly is the Impress refrigerator? Well like we said earlier, fridges don't discriminate between a full one and an empty one that that's what the Impress does. Thanks to its honeycomb design, it lets users slot in bottles, food, drinks and etc., with the fridge only cooling the items that have been slot in. This would apparently make it a pretty efficient fridge and apart from using less electricity, it also has the potential t
Third-year industrial design student Ben de la Roche has been shortlisted for the international Electrolux Design Lab 2012 Award for his design of an open refrigeration wall.
Thu 4 Oct 12 from Phys.org
If you live alone then well, it might be safe to assume that your fridge might not be as well-stocked compared to a family of four. Unfortunately our refrigerators can't detect that ...
Thu 4 Oct 12 from Ubergizmo
Impress aims to alter the way we think about refrigeration. (Credit: Screenshot by Christopher MacManus/CNET ) Over the last few decades, refrigerators haven't changed all that much in ...
Wed 3 Oct 12 from CNET Crave
Ben de la Roche, an industrial design student at Massey University in New Zealand, has designed a doorless refrigeration wall, called Impress, that prevents food waste and saves energy. De la ...
Mon 1 Oct 12 from Inhabitat
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