Sweeping is one of those humdrum household chores that you need to master if living harmoniously is a serious life goal. If you can’t sweep the dust and dirt in your living space, you’re in for unhygienic surroundings and maybe allergies. To further aid in household sweeping, designer Kawamura Ganjavian created the Ductpan. Get it?
Ductpan. It’s got a funnel for a handle so that when you dispose of its contents, the dirt and dust go down a narrow duct to their ultimate resting place. Real clever, right?
The dust that settles on household surfaces are actually quite interesting if they weren’t so horrendous, causing you to wickedly sneeze and feel awful in general. A movie about the epicness of dust mites should e made. C’mon, countless movies have been made about ants, so why not dust? Pixar, are you reading this?
Since it’s just a concept, the Ductpan won’t be mass produced anytime soon. It should be. Kawamura Ganjavian has just made what could eventually become a timeless household item. Bravo! Bravo!
Source Design Milk
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