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The Eiffel Broom / Broom

The Eiffel Broom
The Eiffel Broom

Broom is a instrument to sweep garbage or dust.
In order to gather garbage into dustpan by traditional broom, ones should sweep broom several times to various direction.
Traditional brooms are kept in warehouse or somewhere not to be seen being leaned up against wall.
The Eiffel Tower is world highest tower where we can see the whole area of Paris. "The Eiffel Broom" lovely and vertically stands and
There is no need to put it in a remote place.
Differently from traditional broom, The Eiffel Broom has its' own groove where garbage can be stored.
It will shorten unnecessary sweeping action and reduce repeating work.

University

Dongseo University

Dongseo University
Busan, South Korea

Prof. Ko Kyung wook
Prof. Ko Jung wook

Design

Dongseo University

Dongseo University
Busan, South Korea

Minseok Song, Jungki Seo