Electrolux revealed the six finalists in its popular global design competition Design Lab. The theme for this year is “Healthy Happy Kids” where the brief from Electrolux covered new solutions and bold ideas that will help improve the everyday lives of families with kids. The six student finalists come from universities in Mexico, South Korea, Hungary, Lithuania, UK and Russia. The winner of Design Lab 2015 will be chosen after the finalists present their concepts to a jury at the awards gala in Helsinki on October 15th. The 2015 competition attracted total of 1,500 submissions and after rounds of public voting and decisions from Electrolux experts, the final projects have been narrowed down to the following six: Voris by Martha Fabiola García Bustos (Mexico), a robot that teaches kids the importance of taking care of their clothes; Q.H[Quadruple H] by Jeongbeen Seo (South Korea), an air purifier and hula hoop in one; Future Classroom by Tobias Tsamisis (Hungary/Germany), an interactive and self-sustaining kitchen for educational use; Air Shield by Dominykas Budinas (Lithuania), a baby stroller that creates a pure and clean microclimate; Bloom by Jordan Lee Martin (UK) that bridges the gap between digital and practical education by encouraging good kitchen habits in a fun way; and Plato by Mary Pilyugina (Russia), a robot toy that helps you take care of your child.