Top Healthy Home Tech Of The Week [Future Of Home Living]
Five products that are defining the balanced, peaceful home of the future.
Here at PSFK we’ve been preparing for the launch of our Future Of Home Living exhibition in NYC next month with glimpses at the technology and services that will define the home of the future. Check out our top picks from Pinterest for products designed to maintain a feeling of balance, health, and well-being in people’s everyday lives.
The Home Aquaponics Kit is a closed-loop, table-top ecosystem that consists of a fish tank with a full hydroponic garden suspended above it. The self-cleaning tank relies on the symbiotic relationship of fish and plants to provide nutrients and filtration.
Silenzio is a lighting system that combines home decor with high sound absorption to create quiet, private environments in any space. Created by designer Monica Armani, the lamps are made with sound-absorbing foam and fabrics to help muffle ambient sound.
Andrea is an air filter capable of absorbing toxic gases, such as formaldehyde, from home and office environments by enhancing the natural absorptive properties of living plants. Any kind of household plant can be used as the filtration agent, offering freedom to select the foliage that best suits the motif of any part of your home.
Hexagons are a sustainable soundproofing solution that consists of colorful panels which can be arranged on room walls as unique creative murals.The modular sound absorbing pieces are made of ‘wood wool,’ an environmentally friendly and durable material consisting of wood slivers, water and cement.
The Buzziskin wall is cuddly and sound-insulating, a good surface to pin photos, easy to install and environmentally friendly. Wrap it on walls or around fixtures to create private, hushed spaces.
Located at 101 West 15th Street, the Future of Home Living experience will offer a glimpse into the lifestyle of the modern-day New Yorker, just a taste of which you’ve seen above. From the convenient to the visionary, we will provide an opportunity for multi-sensory engagement with the products, services, and ideas that are at the forefront of modern city life.