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Mist - the latest product from Ponti Design Studio

by Simon Yuen on Feb 8, 2017 in Products
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Hong Kong-based Ponti Design Studio blends minimalist design with cutting-edge technology for its new high-end air purifier, Mist

Designed by Andrea Ponti, who was a judge at the A&T Trophy Awards in 2016 and also the founder of Ponti Design Studio, Mist is a high-end air purifier crafted using minimalist design and sophisticated technology for Sunlight Group (Hong Kong).

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The satin nickel aluminium exterior is just 2mm thick, endowing Mist with critical properties such as low weight, superior strength, high corrosion resistance and easy recyclability. The aluminium sheet has undergone a long high precision process of anodisation, piercing and bending using a specially-made machine, creating a unit which is a single, seamless piece that reflects lights and colours.

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With carbon filters and advanced engineering that sprays the air with sanitised vapour which is both odourless and invisible, Mist’s control panel and top grid have a display area which shows only key reading, specifically referring to fine particles (PM 2.5).

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 Features of Mist

  • Satin nickel aluminium exterior
  • Lightweight
  • High corrosion resistance
  • Carbon filters
  • Easy read control panel
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