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Two-de-rim / Bedding vacuum cleaner


Hand beetling is a Korean traditional way of stretching a cloth generally used in Korea in the past. I thought I could apply the shape and the philosophy of hand beetling to the modern bedclothes cleaner. A novel way of cleaning bedding reminds user a Korean culture by offering rhythmic, dynamic, and joyful time.

I designed bedding cleaner utilizing the shape and the way of a hand beetling inspired by a Korean traditional jacket called Hanbok. Through pounding, it naturally float dusts in the air. At the same time it cleans textile by inhaling dusts and sterilizing.


University of Seoul

University of Seoul
Seoul, South Korea

Lim Minkyo,
University of Seoul

Ha Kyumin,
University of Seoul