Scrubbing is a very important factor when cleaning dishes and this has to be done perfecto! There’s no way around it. Keeping this in mind, Domus student Pietro Russomanno designed the KEWA concept, an acronym for Kinetic Efficient Water Appliance. It’s basically a dishwasher that uses air pressure to direct water through kinetic jets to create a ‘water-blade’ that cleans the greasiest of stains.
I love its compact, counter-top minimalist design helping it to blend into the kitchen space. However, my only worry is the fate of delicate china but we all know those should always be hand washed anyways.
Designer: Pietro Russomanno