Never get up off the couch to cook dinner again thanks to this tablet-controlled robo-tree.
We love how these design competitions that Electrolux puts on have absolutely no basis in reality. Levitating washing machines? Sure, why not! Smoothie blender kinetic harvesting bouncy toys? Bring it on! This year's top 10 competition finalists don't disappoint, and we'll show you all of them in a nice big gallery of impossibility.
This loopy conceptual gadget promises to produce the perfect drink every time. Just add all the elements into the spout and — voilà! — a delectable cocktail is dispensed for your enjoyment.
Electrolux is well known for sponsoring conceptual design contests that encourage a minimal basis in reality and a corresponding maximal amount of radicalness, bodaciousness, and cowabungosity. The 2011 Design Competition ends next month, and here are 17 of the most redonkulous finalists.
Electrolux is well known for their wild kitchen and home concept designs, even if I had to use Google just now to figure out what they actually do in real life. Their latest fantasies show a series of kitchen products that "consider sustainability and culture based on existing technology."
Electrolux's Infinity I-Kitchen refrigerator has an embedded Linux system that lets you control the fridge over the Internet. It's the kind of luxury addition you'll most likely find on every fridge in two to three years, and yet it's not as exciting as it should be.
What if you could carry your dishwasher like a briefcase? Or if your fridge was mounted on the outside of your home? How about a dishwasher you stick in the mud? It all sounds pretty crazy, but these four designers...
This is Russian designer Yuriy Dmitriev's take on the future of the humble refrigerator. Forget everything you know about fridges with shelves and doors and cooling. You don't need any of that. You just need a creepy green gel.
Electrolux, purveyors of household appliances to, er, a lot of people, have come up with a very clever marketing idea/concept. (Don't tell me that this is honestly going into production, because I just don't see it happening.) The Silence Amplified...
There's just something about any design flying the Electrolux banner — they all look like they belong in space. That's not a bad thing, though, and this portable fireplace by designer Camillo Vanacore is certainly no exception. Its capsule-like housing...