“Bevetene tutti” is a simple device designed by ddpstudio to distribute the drinking water so readily available in Milan free of charge. Refreshing all the city’s inhabitants – birds, people and all our four footed friends; a place to hang out, take a break, freshen up, relax and engage with other people. It’s a service devised for the City and its inhabitants, which distributes this precious element that should be free and accessible to everybody. The water flow is regulated and can be turned on and off. The drops from the taps irrigates a small lawn inviting users to really appreciate how precious water actually is and how we need to reduce water wastage. “Bevetene tutti” won the 2×5 Competition organized by Esterni, which selected the best public design projects measuring two by five metres, the standard parking space size showing how urban spaces can be revisited and transformed, redeemed from private use and turned into spaces accessible to all.
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