Mahlangu handwasher Written on March 26, 2009, by .

Which Dutch Design has concurred the world in 2008? The inevitable storm umbrella but also a surprising project: the Mahlangu handwasher. No conceptual fresh looking form as is expected of Dutch Design. Irene van Peer uses empty plastic beverage bottles. She has devised a clever method for turning these into hand-washing devices to help prevent the spread of disease in Africa.

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