Maximising flow efficiency is a key driver in all Dyson products, and it’s not just about air.
The performance of our Vacuum Cleaners, Hairdryers, Purifiers and Hand Dryers is highly dependent on how efficiently we can generate and manipulate airflow, as well as managing the flow of electrons, and in many cases, the flow of heat. Fortunately, there are some basic design principles to help us, many of which seem to have interesting parallels in other areas of design, including aspects of architecture.
Ben Morse, Head of Engineering for Personal Care, Dyson
Chair: Paul Finch, Programme Director, World Architecture Festival
Source by World Architecture Festival