Blazo brings a rechargeable desk fan and desk lamp in the space of one


We’d all love to have as much space as we need, but the reality is that physical space will always be limited. We might have a large desk or shelf, for example, to fit all our stationery and stuff, but that also means less floor space for other things. Many people try to be smart by buying multi-functional products or modular furniture that can be arranged and used as needed. Sometimes, the combinations make sense, but other times you can also be left scratching your head. This desk fan, for example, looks almost ordinary, that is until you flip the switch on to shed some light on matters, literally.

Designer: Pratik Prabhakar Wandhare

Almost everyone needs a kind of lamp at some point. Some like a directional light on their desk, while others might prefer lamps that hang from a higher angle. Admittedly, not everyone needs an electric fan, especially in countries where it’s almost always cold most of the year or where people depend on air conditioning most of the time. Then again, with the recent abnormal heat waves across many countries, having a fan ready might not be such a bad idea.

That is perhaps part of the inspiration behind the Blazo appliance concept. At first glance, it looks like an electric fan attached to a camera gimbal. The design for this unconventional arm and stand was apparently an educational globe. The Blazo’s fan can swivel up and down 360 degrees, and it can also rotate 360 degrees so that no direction is left unreached. That does mean that the lamp can also point in the same direction, though you’ll probably want to keep the fan steady in that case unless you were aiming for a makeshift light show.

The LED light has different brightness levels so that you can use the same lamp as a desk lamp, a night lamp, or anything in between. Blazo runs on a rechargeable battery, and using the lamp alone can make it last for 8 hours. Both fan and lamp working together would cut that time down to just three or four hours, though the design doesn’t mention how long the fan would last on its own.

Blazo is flexible not only in direction and purpose but also in its position. Although the most basic configuration would have it standing on a desk, it can also be mounted on a wall if you prefer an overhead spotlight of sorts. The stand is telescopic, so it can be adjusted to your preferred height, though it doesn’t seem to get high enough for a conventional stand fan.

While the multi-functional design does look refined and useful, it does raise the question of who’d need to have an electric fan and lamp at the same time. Most people will probably just one function or another at a time and not simultaneously, since having a fan on a desk so close to your face can actually be a bit uncomfortable. Still, there could be other instances where a ceiling fan with a spotlight or a night lamp with a fan could warrant such a space-saving design, but one might have to stretch the imagination a bit to make a solid case for it.

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This portable, wearable air-conditioner is savior in summer for office goers

If getting back to the office wasn’t pain enough after all the leisure we have had working from home in the past two years; this harsh sun is making life more impossible. The summer sun is beating down hard on us all decked up in shirts and trousers, at times with ties, for the in-person conferences and meetings.

It’s still fine within the airconditioned cars and offices but during commutes around the blocks, it really gets steaming hot inside the collared shirt. To make things breezier, a designer has thought of a wearable air-conditioner that’s pretty different from Sony’s Reon Pocket 2 in design and functionality. The wearable Portable Fan II (the second version of Kevin Von’s junior year project), is 3D printed and polished to be an exciting new cooler for wearing with formal clothing. Yes, this fan you can wrap around the neck and keep your mind cool is designed primarily keeping the collared workforce in mind.

Designer: Kevin Von

Offices that mandate clothing requirements do so to ensure their workforce is presentable and looks unified during the work duration. This works fine within the office confines – which are mostly airconditioned – but outside on the street (with long sleeve collared shirt and a trouser) you have little scope for fresh air. The Portable Fan II wraps around the neck and attaches to the collars on either side to be an individual’s personal air-conditioner when nothing else comes to the rescue.

Traditional hanging neck fans have been the go-to option for people all this while but they are only little effective, Kevin notes. These shoot direct air at the face making it cumbersome for users to breathe; moreover, the air emitted is uneven. The Portable Fan II however uses Bernoulli’s principle to speed air circulation around the user’s torso ensuring smoother and more comfortable cooling. The device connects to a dedicated mobile app for remote control of the airflow and temperature, it also has onboard control for when you want to keep it simple.

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This lipstick-inspired portable fan helps keep you cool anytime, anywhere

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Climate change is real, and it is not just a hoax; sadly, some people don’t believe in the concept. Well, it isn’t just an idea—it is a fact happening not only in a few countries but around the world. It is a global phenomenon affecting almost everything and everyone on the planet. Not everyone may be feeling the effects in their part of the world, but it is real—that we must prepare for the consequences of climate change anytime. Don’t be surprised if it gets too warm or too cold where you live because global warming intensifies yearly unless we do something significant about it. Before a massive solution is identified, you and I may need to look for ways to survive global warming and climate change.

Designer: Shan Liang (STYLEPIE Design)

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For tropical countries, you may need to prepare bigger this year as it is expected to be warmer. You can plan your travel this summer but still with caution because the pandemic is not yet over. The beach can be the perfect destination because of the calm and cool ocean, but we acknowledge it will still be warm. If you’re not up for a beach trip, you may just go to the part for a picnic or attend whatever events are happening in your area.

STYLE Pocket Fan

Wherever you go or whatever you choose to do, you need to make sure to stay cool, especially if you’re outside. As much as we want to stay inside air-conditioned rooms all the time, we still have to go out to meet people and do errands. So prepare by bringing a portable fan with you, as this will help you survive the sweltering weather outside. The STYLE Pocket Fan is one portable fan that can fit just right in your pocket or purse. It is inspired by a lipstick you usually find in every lady’s bag; however, this isn’t limited to the girls only because everyone needs a fan.

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The STYLE Pocket Fan is one fashionable, portable, and practical personal cooling device– a handheld fan that is easy to carry and use—just like a lipstick because of its size and silhouette. And like a lipstick, you need to remove the cap off to reveal the blades and then put back the cap in reverse position to keep it in place for use. A small power button is found on one end near the transparent blades, while there is one USB-C port on one end with an LED indicator. It can be assumed the material is plastic, but we won’t be surprised if the main case is metal because it’s cooler.

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Designed by Shan Liang, the STYLE Pocket Fan is available in three colors: White, Orange, and Pink. It can be the ideal summer essential, especially for those always on the go—or simply those who want to survive the blazing heatwaves. You can bring this with you anywhere and anytime, but just make sure it is always charged. You don’t really have to worry about its size and portability, but the small blades may not be enough for some people. It’s just enough to circulate cool air and provide you with some reprieve from the heat.

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This modular appliance concept reuses a single motor for different purposes

There has been a strong trend recently in people preferring more modular products, particularly when it comes to furniture like desks and tables. Modular furniture often saves space and allows owners to use the product as they need, expanding or reducing depending on the situation. Unfortunately, that trend doesn’t easily lend itself to appliances, where a product’s life almost always begins and ends in the form it came with. While that makes manufacturing and use simpler, it is also wasteful and unsustainable in the long run. Thankfully, there are a few visionaries that are challenging the status quo and thinking up new ways to protect our future, like this modular motor system that can be used in three different appliances, depending on what you need at the time.

Designer: Daniel Wu

There are quite a few appliances in our homes that require a motor to run. Admittedly, not all of them use the same type or size of motors. Part of the problem in developing a modular appliance system is figuring out which parts can actually be reused and which parts are so specific to a function that there is nothing like it. In the case of the M-1, a powerful motor can be used to drive not only appliances but also power tools you might need in maintaining your house.

The primary function of the motor is in an electric fan, an appliance that admittedly makes less sense in countries where a heater is much more needed. But even in regions where electric fans are common, you might not need it all year round or all the time. Being able to use that motor for something else saves time, money, and resources for both manufacturers and consumers.

For example, the M-1 motor can be removed from that electric and then slotted into a new chassis to become a leaf blower. Unfortunately, the motor might not be suited for going in the opposite direction to suck up air and particles like a vacuum cleaner. It is, however, strong enough to also be reused as an industrial mixer but is probably too powerful for anything else. Admittedly, a motor might have fewer possible applications, but probably because very few have designed appliances around the concept of modularity.

A modular appliance system wouldn’t just be about having flexible features that consumers would enjoy. It is also about reducing waste when it comes to production and the use of resources for production. Instead of manufacturing multiple motors for specific purposes, you can have just a single motor for two or three applications.

Furthermore, it can also help extend the life of those appliances, even when parts break down. Instead of having to buy a new electric fan, a new leaf blower, or a new mixer, you can simply buy only the parts you need to replace, like the motor, and plug it in. These again save up on resources and money, but, unfortunately, our current consumer economy thrives on making a profit out of buying new complete products all the time.

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Google Nest Ceiling Fan is all-in-one smart hub that ties together all devices in your smart home

I’m sure the concept of smart home has already touched you. And you have thermostats, smart lights and many other smart devices set up at home trying to do their bit. Standalone, all these smart products would do a great deal in making life simpler, but unfortunately, having different devices doing their tasks can become slightly cluttered and cumbersome. To add more finesse to a modern home, a Nest Ceiling Fan – designed for Google’s collective of smart home devices – has been embedded with a range of these devices to eliminate the clutter and make your chick ceiling fan the ultimate smart home hub.

Just like our appliances, ceiling fans have also received smart treatment in the past. The Nest Ceiling fan is a productive and more interesting take on the other smart fans that can only be turned on and off through a smart assistant. This new adaptation of a ceiling fan designed for the Google Nest lineup has been conceived as an all-in-one smart hub that would tie up all the smart products you have spread across each room in the house. The compact and stylish two-fin fan with omni-directional speaker, smart light bulb, sensors for the thermostat, and a smoke detector and alarm will replace each of the mentioned devices for good and leave you with a single contact point to create an interesting smart home setup.

Designer: Joseph Morlote

Arguably, ceiling fans offer a very limited cooling relief. If you live in a warmer climate, you’d definitely prefer air conditioning over a ceiling fan; though using a ceiling fan with an air conditioner will help improve efficiency and eventually allow you to lower the energy costs. There is no denying the fact that fans carry out cooling at a much cheaper price point and therefore a fan dangling from the ceiling in the center of the room is a nice vantage point to perhaps act as a unified hub for all your smart home requirements.

As a ceiling fan with a smart speaker, light, thermostat and spoke detector onboard, the Nest Ceiling Fan will allow you to interact through the Google Assistant/app to just one device, thus ensuring you don’t need these products installed separately anywhere in the house. Providing a perfect balance of performance and smart design, this fan in addition to offering cool air, will disperse music from your playlist in every direction of the room with a click of a button or your voice command.

Ideal for replacing the smart light bulb and traditional wall switches, you are using, the ceiling fan has its own LED light bulb that contains software to connect to a smart home assistant, an app, or some other mobile devices and can automate your lights so you can control it remotely. It is also embedded with a thermostat to automate the central heating system or an integrated smart smoke detector that can alert everyone with a warning alarm in case of a fire in the house.

It is a prerequisite for the multifunctional Google Nest Ceiling Fan to be equipped with microphones so that it can hear your commands to the Google Assistant from across the room. However, the microphone could be used for eavesdropping! Smart home products including those from Google, are notorious for constantly listening to our conversations, as they are always on the lookout for wake word “Hey Google.” I’m assuming, the fan will not include a camera as sitting right above the head it would have a terrible vantage point, so the risk of privacy breach there is lower. But even if we were to consider that the microphones would have compromised reception (owing to their high positioning), the mics will be listening to us perpetually and storing information in the cloud. You would have to make an effort to turn the mics off when not required, which could limit the fan’s productivity as smart hub around the clock.

The otherwise effectively designed Nest Ceiling Fan comes in the existing color theme of Google products, which is guaranteed to lighten up the mood and blend with the interiors of the room where it is installed. The installation is going to be somewhat complicated with all the wiring and drilling required, but that’s going to be the case with any ceiling fan, and it’s only a one-time cost for your smart home’s future with a ceiling fan hub as smart as this.

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This 360-degree rotating fan can be charged magnetically, just like Apple’s MagSafe!

Deemed Reverse, this 360-degree rotating fan is the modern-day replacement of traditional pedestal fans!

Pedestal or stand fans are being used for ages galore. Their design has pretty much remained the same throughout the years, without any substantial complaint being issued against them. They’re reliable and trustworthy, and pretty much do the job! However, I do believe a modern redesign is highly overdue, and designer Yeonu Hwang seems to feel the same! Hwang felt that the movement of traditional pedestal fans was quite limited since you can only move them horizontally at a 180-degree angle. Plus he found the wire connected to these electric fans annoying as well, as you almost always find yourself dodging it! Determined to revamp the conventional fan, Hwang designed ‘Reverse’. Reverse is a 360-degree rotating fan, that is more flexible as compared to traditional fans, and wire-free as well!

Unlike an old-school pedestal fan whose wings are powered by a central motor, Hwang’s Reverse fan is powered by magnetic rails that rotate and generate wind. Surrounded by rotational axes on all sides, you can move Reverse at a complete 360-degree angle. This lets you rotate and position it according to your needs, allowing you to always keep yourself cool! And honestly, it sounds quite fun as well, moving a fan frontward and backward, while feeling the wind blowing in your face, and your hair being pushed around with it!

You can adjust the height of Rotate, by simply pressing a button on the control panel, present at the base of the fan. You can also control the wind power, and set a timer as well. No hassle at all!

Now onto one of Reverse’s coolest features – you can charge it magnetically! It’s like MagSafe charging, but for a fan! You can attach the charger to the bottom of the fan, and watch it being charged, much like how a MagSafe charger would charge your Apple Watch!

Reverse is an innovative and updated version of an age-old product that required a much-needed renovation! It’s a simple design that solves quite a few of the problems associated with traditional pedestal fans. Not to mention it also looks super sleek, and modern, rating high on the aesthetics scale as well!

Designer: Yeonu Hwang

This sleek blade-free desk fan is your portable companion in summers as well as winters!

Sharing office space, the biggest problem, after having to listen to my co-working space neighbor aka my husband speaking on a call is trying to regulate a temperature that works for us. I love staying warm – the AC temperature goes lower than 20 and my fingers start freezing whereas my husband sweats bullets while staying in a 25-degree temperature. That sweet spot, it’s almost a myth for us! What I need is a solution that works for both of us depending on the season – and flo, by designer Soyoung An seems to be an apt design for my needs!

The flo is a desk fan that is portable by nature. The fan’s facade is actually covered – no more hurting your finger by occasionally poking into the blades. The fan can be regulated using a temperature dial at the back of flo – allowing you to easily switch between heating and cooling functionalities. One of the better functionality of the design is the use of a filter, that purifies the air being thrown at you, rather than having the dust from your fan blades being thrown at you. The fan also uses a simple USB-C cable to stay charged at all times. Flo’s aesthetics are simple, yet minimal, making it an easy to own and use piece over the years. And given how it works for all seasons – it reduces the storage space required for the off-seasons.

Muted colors of the flo elevate this design from an ordinary accessory to a statement piece in your setup. The design is also simple, almost intuitive to use with an upgraded functionality – isn’t that what great product design is all about!

Designer: Soyoung An





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This flat pack folding fan solves your winter storage and summer heat woes!

Summertime is here. In fact, going by the raging heatwaves in the northern USA and Canada, this year is set to shatter all temperature records. Living in such sweltering heat, and as someone who starts sneezing after spending an hour in Air Conditioning, a fan is my go-to support system! But what do we do when the summers are over? That is the solution Jinsu Du and Kitae have created for us.

Meet the folding fan, a portable fan that can be folded and stored when not in use. The wireless aspect of the design is a big win in my favor – I hate carrying cables or have them dangling around my space. In fact, the portability of the design makes it perfect for carrying it outside the home, even for camping. The designers paid special attention to the foldability of the design – right from the fans stand to the fan head, you can adjust the fan as you need. This means that, for once, you won’t be adjusting yourself to the fan, the fan will follow you. The designers explain, “We had to contemplate a new type of design in order to effectively capture the structure. The shape, which is largely composed of three parts, has a simple and unique feel. The total color was designed in three colors, but initially white and yellow were released first.”

Sony’s Reon 2 created waves given its personal nature – which kind of makes and is sure to resolve all the thermostat fights. This folding fan is a personal must-have so I can stay as cool as I need to be without suffering from either frozen fingers or overzealous sweating. All the cooling comfort I need without any remote control tussles, this appliance is truly a summer essential!

Designer: Jinsu Du, Jimmy Sungho Park, and Sujin Kim for BOUD

Stay cool this summer in an eco-friendly way with these innovative product designs!

Summertime means there is excitement in the air, Pina Coladas in our hands, and of course beads of sweat on our forehead! As much as I love and thoroughly enjoy summer, I’m almost always on a mission to beat the heat. And with the pandemic bringing our unhealthy lifestyles and complete disregard of Mother Earth into focus, I try to do this in the most eco-friendly way possible. This collection of super cool and environment-conscious product designs will help you have the best summer, while also taking care of the planet. Have a fun and safe summer!

With summer comes an increase in usage of air conditioners and we know they are not exceptionally healthy for the planet. To help maintain the electricity usage, designers Aileen Ooi and E Ian Siew created an attachment to the common standing fan everyone has stashed away at their homes to make the room cooler. The attachment, named KYL is a humidity filter that funnels airflow output to cool a closed room. KYL would be able to lower temperatures by 1.5degrees Celsius and also make the room arider (a boon in humid places like Singapore, India, and more). Utilizing Bernoulli’s principle to create a cooling effect, KYL comes with a removable filter made up of tiny pieces of silica gel which absorbs moisture from the air. This lowers the humidity in the room and we can reuse the silica gel by washing it then leaving it out in the sun to dry, minimizing the usage of electricity.

A portable, wearable, air conditioner is no more a thing of futuristic TV shows. The Reon Pocket is a smartphone-controlled personal gadget that was designed to be compact and cool. It works using thermoelectric cooling and can cool the user’s body temperature by 13 degrees celsius (23 degrees Fahrenheit) and raise your temperature by about 8 degrees Celsius (about 14 degrees Fahrenheit). Reon sits on the base of your neck in a special undershirt designed for it. It uses the Peltier effect which means a temperature difference is created by applying a voltage between two electrodes connected to a sample of semiconductor material. The heat is absorbed or emitted when you pass an electrical current across a junction to either lower your temperature or increase it without bulk or noise.

Boasting an enameled steel construction, the Noori V02 AIRY is a multifunctional outdoor grill, pizza oven, rocket stove, and a fire pit – all in one! Not to mention, it’s probably one of the best-looking grills I’ve seen in a long time, it’ll be the perfect visual accessory to your backyard. The grill consists of six refractory concrete internal plates. These plates + an AIRY cylinder make up the grill’s innovative AIRY system (which also gives the product its name). This basically means that to set up an open fire, you simply need to remove a few refractory plates from within the AIRY cylinder, which instantly exposes the flames, creating the mesmerizing flame dance we all love to watch in an open fire! Much like its predecessor the Noori V02 AIRY also features a pizza disc, allowing you to not only bake up some pizzas but bread as well.

Eisner Design’s renovation pads the children’s basement playscape with cushioning from the floor to the ceiling to ensure rowdy and safe play. From the bookshelf to the tree swings, the designers at Eisner envisioned kids’ imagination and brought it to life. Stenciled between cubbies and bookshelves, Eisner Design lodged cushioned seats that work as hideouts tucked away from the action for when playtime gets too tiring. One shaped into a perfect circle and the other forming the shape of a lima bean, the new seating nooks offer kids their own midday nap destination, à la mom and dad. Rooted just in front of the seating nooks, a modular, cushioned playground is stationed next to an indoor tree trunk that can be used for climbing or as a base during games of tag. It’s the perfect spot for kids to spend their summers!

This beach umbrella comes with an origami-inspired design that unfolds to display a photovoltaic array that generates electric power which gets used for further refrigeration and cooling for the beach people. Measuring 2.5 meters high and a 3.2-meter diameter, this umbrella’s transformation brings to mind the mechanisms we see on the NASA spacecraft. The entire setup can be used individually or be rigged together to generate electricity that can even run an ice cream freezer on the beachside. It’s perfect for a private beach or even a luxury beach resort where these umbrellas can be deployed to keep the machines churning.

Staying cool in the summer can often pose a bit of a challenge, especially when it comes to maintaining a comfortable temperature whilst we are sat at our desks. Whilst there are solutions to this problem already, they often carry an undesirable, unconsidered, and mundane aesthetic that can interrupt the flow of our workspaces. Does this need to be the case? The team at BOUD certainly doesn’t think so, as they’ve created what could possibly be the cutest fan! The compact device features soft-rounded edges and oversized detailing to achieve a rather adorable aesthetic that gives it a friendly persona. But it isn’t ‘just a pretty face’, as it holds a rather clever and desirable feature… it can become handheld! Simply lifting the main section away from the base reveals a handle, this can now be used to provide a more directed stream of cool air.

Weighing 35 pounds, Yeti’s The V Series offers 50% better ice retention than its Tundra. And since the Tundra was as good as a cooler could get, we can assume that the V Series is going to be giving other coolers on the market an even stiffer competition. Sleek, with a retro appeal, the cooler has been equipped with cast-aluminum hinges that are guaranteed to last a lifetime and stainless steel handles. The usual double latches on coolers have been abandoned for a more convenient single center-mounted latch. 1.5 inches thick, it promises to hold 46 cans of beer, assuring you that your beverages will never run out!

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We love the sounds and smells of sizing meat, we hate the clean-up afterward. To keep the ashes from spreading all over your party plans, designers Li Yuan & Zhou Yan have invented the FlameOn Barbecue Grill. It seems like there’s no easy way to remove the ash leftovers in your average charcoal/wood-fire grill. Rather than scoop out the soot or sift it out of the bottom (which inevitably ends up all over your hands and face), the FlameOn Barbecue Grill provides an all-new functionality that eliminates the mess factor. When you’re finished grilling and the device has cooled off, simply unlock the turning mechanism and tilt it on its side. The leftover ash will fall into a removable compartment for easy disposal. Better yet, in this position, it also takes up a smaller footprint than the average backyard barbecue.

Saiga is the result of a team project by the Royal College of Art & Imperial College London, Innovation Design Engineering students – Harry Barber, Kevin Chiam, Wei Haw Huang, and Nacho Vilanova. This wearable neck air conditioner makes use of conduction to cool down the area around the neck using the user’s own breath. So why did these mindful students design a prototype that needs very negligible external battery power? For a simple reason – the air conditioners are energy demanding and adversely affect the environment as they increase the environmental temperature and are also polluting in the long run. How one feels around the neck contributes a lot to the perception of environmental temperature, and the Saiga neck wearable does exactly that.

Nothing says summer is here like a chilled drink and a cactus-themed celebration to support it. Holding your munchies while you sip through the straw, the Cacnuts is a must-have for every green lover.

This minimal fan’s stripped down design is crafted from sustainable materials to last for generations!

It’s that time of year again– it’s getting hot and the fans are coming out. Finding the right fan for your living space means finding one that’s practical and blends in with the rest of your furniture and architecture. As consumers, we tend to make a lot of stylistic compromises for the sake of practicality, which leads to products getting discarded before they reach obsolescence. Inspired to create a standing fan that’s not white, plastic, and likely to end up on the sidewalk come September, design group Ttato built Aura.

Minimal by conscious design, Aura’s build was stripped down to its bare components: cage, propeller, base, and motor. Built to be a home appliance that can be used throughout the year, Aura was specifically built for optimal functionality. Constructed with materials that were selected for their sustainability, durability, and beauty, Aura exudes a sophisticated air and follows that through with detailed functionality.

Aura’s rotor blades, for instance, were formed from the overlaying and bending of birch and ash veneers, lengthening the rotor blades’ lifespan while celebrating the craft of woodworkers. Then, the aluminum frame is coated with powder and designed to be lightweight and easy to assemble. The three legs of Aura are carved from solid ash wood and can be easily dislodged so that Aura can be transported anywhere. Designed to outlast and redefine our relationships with household furniture, Aura is in it even for the long winter.

Named after the mythical deity that represents ‘the gentle breeze in the early morning,’ Aura was built to move large quantities of air at low speeds. Aura’s built-in controller allows users to choose from five different speeds and outfitted with a swivel and tilt function, users can adjust the direction of airflow as well. During the winter, Aura can be used to move the cooler air from the floor to the ceiling by tilting the fan upwards so the rotor can draw in cool air and the blades can propel the warmer air back down towards the floor.

Designer: Ttato Design

Aura’s minimalist design merges a slim build with a wide area for an elegant addition to any living space.

Aura’s powder-coated aluminum frame is lightweight and durable.

Coming in an array of different colors, Aura has the right look for your space.

By turning the fan upwards, the rotor draws in the cool air and propels the warmer air to the ground.

The 5-speed controller comes with summer and winter modes.

Aura’s 5-speed controller allows users to adjust the strength and mode of the fan’s airflow.