Stackables, wireless powered, 99 wind power systems, controlled with an app. What else?! What about an electric fan that can be exposed during the whole year? The electric fan\u00a0is\u00a0often called 'Seasonal Home Comfort' It is\u00a0manufactured and only\u00a0used\u00a0during\u00a0the summer period. And, in my opinion, this is definitely a waste. During the rest of the time, those electric fans\u00a0'occupy' space\u00a0at your home. I perfectly remember the time when, in May, my parents were looking again for our electric fans and, honestly, was even hard to find them. Lost somewhere in one of our cabinets or in the basement. It is something that you don't want around, both because you don't need it and also\u00a0because it is not nice to see. Jiyoun Kim, a Seoul-based designer,\u00a0created\u00a0'Conbox' electric fan trying to offer\u00a0something that we all want to\u00a0keep out of the cabinet for the rest of the year. Conbox\u00a0electric fan is an aesthetic appliance\u00a0with convenient functions: \twireless power \t99 wind power systems \tcontrolled with a smartphone app This is great, isn't it? A beautifully conceived and very easy-to-use piece of design. You\u00a0can split the joints to\u00a0adjust the heigh and\u00a0keep these pieces in the bottom\u00a0of the electric fan when not using it. Additionally, Conbox electric fan can be folded so the storage is easy and the waste of space less than usual. Just need to choose yours! About\u00a0Jiyoun Kim Graduated at Hong-Ik University in 2009, he became very fast the manager of the North American branch of Pantech Mobile Device Design. During this time, he also started his own company, JiyounKim Studio, and worked on several projects: sound systems, medical machines, etc. In 2014, he received his EMBA at Sung-Kyun-Kwan University. Pluri-winner of the Red Dot and iF design awards.