Unless you work at Google or a similar office, ventilating your glass-chambered chubby-hole room can be a slightly tricky situation. This also could be the reason why I see a surge in designs that feature air quality indicators. LULA here is one such device that collects data and indicates the quality of air around your space. When hooked to the net, it deciphers the collected data to pinpoint the potential health side effects and suggests how to rectify the situation with behavioral modifications.
As an indicator it glows blue to suggest that the air quality is perfect-o and the un-healthy yellow tinge says it all.
What’s cute is that the form, which has been inspired by our lungs: LUng LAmp; get it?
Designer: Justin Gargasz