Skin And Bone Dust Pan by Yu-Ching Chiang
by Harry / February 6, 2013
Yu-Ching Chiang's Skin and Bone dust pan is shaped to fit and sit in corners.


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"Corners in a space have always been un-noticed, dirty and dark." says Chiang, who "would like to enrich the corner's character through 'Skin and Bone.'"

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The 90 degree triangle shape fits into corners. When the user is cleaning the house, they don't bring the dust pan with them -they simply brush dust into the corner where the dust pan awaits.

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The broom shape slots neatly into the dust basket, creating a solid form. "'Skin and Bone' is not only an utility item for the home, but also an elegant object for every forgotten corner."

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