People living in small houses without a garden or backyard often struggle when they need to dry their clothes. Dan Brooks from Loughborough University, UK also faced similar problem in his one bedroom apartment, which inspired him to create a static indoor clothes dryer called the Numa. This innovative clothes dryer looks like a normal clothes stand but actually its processing bridges a gap between a clothes stand and a tumble dryer. Due to this creative thinking, Brooks bagged the New Designers Wilko Award this year.
Brooks created this amazing clothes dryer especially for people who cannot afford an expensive clothes drying tumbler. The drier comes with six adjustable arms that doesn’t let clothes overlap each other and a fan at top that blows out air at room temperature. The fan distributes the air evenly so that every cloth gets dried properly without any damping smell. It also has a dehumidifier at its base to drain away maximum two liters of water per drying cycle.
Size of the Numa clothes dryer is very compact so you can easily place in anywhere in your living room or bedroom. Instead of hiding it away in your cupboard you can keep it outside like a décor object flaunting its sleek white and grey design. Hopefully, it will be launched soon commercially at affordable prices for homeowners.