Al Gore’s documentary An Inconvenient Truth in 2006 inspired Sofie Allert to try to change the world by unleashing the power of algae.
makes you more creative
Take a deep breath: Did you know that people’s strategic skills are up to 288 per cent better in an environment with good air quality?
Clean air and a good diet can contribute to a long and healthy life but there are some places in the world where people live exceptionally long lives. Here’s why!
There’s something in the air
It’s estimated that by 2050 more than 70 per cent of people will live in cities so it’s time to talk about the future – and solutions for better air.
How clean air drives the economy
It’s clear that many of the world’s biggest cities face major challenges when it comes to air quality. What’s not clear is the best way to tackle the problem. Blueair investigates.
Australian artist Emily Parsons-Lord works with an invisible medium to create art with oxygen.
Up in the air
From gentle gusts to fierce gales, the wind can drive us crazy or keep us entertained.
An Eye for Detail
Smart on the inside – and beautiful on the outside. Blueair leads the way in design and technical innovation.
No other air purifier has won as many design prizes as the Blueair Sense. We meet the trio of designers behind it to talk about sustainability, the environment, and what the future holds.
Spending time out in nature sparks your creativity, lowers your blood pressure – and even enlarges your brain.
Whether in the bustling heart of Manhattan or on a tranquil Alpine slope, these hotels focus on sustainability and the environment.
Diatoms are not only beautiful. These tiny living gems also help produce the oxygen we breathe.
Man on a Mission
Today, Magnus Lundström is a celebrated designer in New York City but 20 years ago a conversation with Blueair’s founder inspired a decade-long quest to create an elegant but functional product.
Every Breath You Take
We know why we breathe. And we care about what we breathe. Now it’s time to give some thought to how we breathe.
Swedish freediver Annelie Pompe has set records by reaching new depths without the aid of oxygen tanks and believes that humans are designed to spend time in the sea.
It’s estimated that almost 30 per cent of people in industrialised countries are allergic to pollen, with urban areas hit the hardest despite their lack of vegetation.
Three steps to a cleaner world
Nine out of ten people in the world live in – and breathe in – polluted air. Here are three steps how Blueair contributes to a cleaner world.
Always be Aware
Whether at home or away, Blueair Aware keeps you connected and sends real-time air quality updates to your phone.
The Air We Breathe
Raised in China but based in Sweden, Bingbing Shi dreams of a world with better, cleaner air.
“I invest all my energy in this, and feel that I can make a difference.”
The Little things that matter most
Sometimes, the shrewdest things can also be the most simple. Take HEPASilent Technology, Blueair’s patented filtration system, which radically improves the quality of indoor air.
The smog of war
The fight against air pollution is producing increasingly innovative solutions. How about buildings that “eat” carbon dioxide?
Eight air heroes
Individuals who never lose sight of the fact that nothing is more important than the air we breathe.
Five game changers
Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde has come up with a gem of an idea: air-purifying towers that subject the carbon in smog to such enormous pressure that it is converted into diamonds.
Tips for upgrading hotel air
How do you get the best air quality when staying at hotels in some of the world’s greatest cities? Daniel Uusitalo, business development manager at Blueair, clocks up 120 travel days a year and has picked up a few tips along the way.
6 x Oxygen
Scientists believe that oxygen was formed during the birth and development of the stars after the Big Bang… Take a breath and exhale!