Aerometers, 2015
Graduation project Design Academy Eindhoven

Momentum is a series of aerometers that give off subtle warnings if you need to improve your indoor air quality. Instead of beeping or blinking, these devices start rotating silently when they detect high levels of particulates, low humidity or low oxygen. Abstract, poetic and tranquil, their appearance reveals what they are for: a pale blue drop to indicate water, a matte black disc for particulate matter and a white half sphere with a transparent top for ventilation.

Materials: 3D printed nylon, 3D printed brass

Technical support: Teun Vinken
Photography Graduation Book Design Academy Eindhoven: Lisa Klappe

Production: the Netherlands
Year: 2015

‘Momentum’ and ‘Pūrificātum’ improve the quality of air - combining technology and health in modern, gorgeous products.

The idea behind both concepts is to subtly influence and improve the user’s physical and emotional well-being and thus productivity.

Have a look at the side project called Pūrificātum, personal air purifiers that filters the air.

© 2021, Studio Fabian Zeijler.