More than one in six people worldwide – 894 million – don’t have access to safe freshwater. It sets diarrheal deaths in motion, 88 per cent of which are attributable to the scarcity of safe drinking water and the lack of sanitation facilities. Just to bring down this ratio, designers Woo sik Kim and Duck soo Choi have introduced the Happy Basin for instant water purification.
The ‘basin with holes’ mimicking the world typography is an innovative product that has nano ceramic filters embedded at the bottom. The ‘water intake holes’ via surface tension of the polluted water allows it to pass through the filters and consequently, makes it drinkable.
Via: Yanko Design