The conceptual “ZAZEN” air purifier was designed by Taiwan-based Jiayan Li as a multifunctional piece of furniture that maximizes functionality in modern spaces. A stool that acts as an air purifier when not seated and features an ultra-modern form that is simple yet sturdy. The user interface consists of a series of recessed buttons on the side for easy activation without looking. A set of caster wheels in the base and a retractable power cord also make it easy to move between rooms.
The conceptual ‘ZAZEN’ air purifier works diligently to freshen the air in a space, and also speaks to the growing demand for a way to prioritize efficiency in the modern home.