AIRE by Joao Lammoglia

Post graduated in “Sustainable projects” provided by Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro – PUC-Rio, Joao Paulo Lammoglia is an industrial designer from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He explains himself as he believes in the power of design and how simple ideas can change lives. Like his concept project: The AIRE


This simple mask is actually converts the wind energy into. Inside the unit, there are small wind turbines that make the conversion and the energy that will be transferred through a cable to a small electronic device. The source? It is the wearer’s breath!

AIRE can be used in any place you actually are. Indoors or outdoors. You can use it while you sleep, walk, run, or read a book, etc. Just put it on and save some, it will be available 24/7. You can also check his website:

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