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To make life less of an obstacle course for the little person in a grown-up world, Teng Chuan Tey and Romualdo Faura Bernabe from Spain have designed a wash basin that not only takes a child’s diminutive stature into account, but it also makes observing basic hygiene less of a chore. Their Mons Lavabo is shaped like a friendly monster that easily accommodates younger children with its sized-down proportions. Made from Duralmond (biodegradable and recyclable crushed almond husks), the enclosed form of Mons Lavabo helps reduce splashes, a motion sensor turns water on and off to prevent waste, and Mons’ sole ‘tooth’ acts as a soap dispenser to remind kids to lather up. In addition, its waterproof quality makes it ideal for humid areas, and it is also fireproof. If only it came in adult version too…

Mons Lavabo

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