Hand hygiene system chosen from among more than 5,000 entries
NOVEMBER 1, 2021 — AUSTIN, TEXAS — Vaask, the first hand sanitizer dispenser designed to be a permanent fixture in the most sophisticated spaces, has been named a platinum winner in the MUSE Design Awards.
Designed to permanently replace the pandemic’s endless array of single-use plastic hand sanitizer bottles and always-empty automatic dispensers, Vaask is the superior solution for hand hygiene. With all-metal construction, high-capacity tanks, and a laser-range sensor that ensures no drips or messes, Vaask creates a higher class of clean.
The MUSE Design Awards jury selected Vaask as a platinum winner from among more than 5,000 entries. The contest honors professionals in both the creative and design spaces. Other honorees include work produced for Silks Hotel Group, IKEA and IBM.
“Despite the challenges of the new normal, these individuals have shown remarkable tenacity in their continued excellence, which is clearly demonstrated in their works,” said Kenjo Ong, CEO of International Awards Associate, which organizes the MUSE Design Awards.
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