The idea is simple enough: Plants naturally filter toxins. So the design has a fan that silently sucks up air, and forces that air over a houseplant's leaves and soils. Pollution-free air then circulates through the room.
The designer, Mathieu Lehanneur, won a rack of awards for the concept.
This Mechanic’s Car Engine will keep kids tinkering for hours. The 27” tall play set has lots of removable parts for pretend service, including the air filter, spark plugs, tires, radiator, struts, oil dipstick, and brakes, plus all the tools needed to get the job done. When the work is complete, you can shut the hood, get behind the wheel, and turn the key—the engine play set has electronic sounds for the ignition and horn, plus light-up headlights and turn signals.