These days we’re pumping out handsoap like it’s tap water.
The Carton + Pump comprises a fixed pump and base and a disposable, paper body that can be switched out for one filled with soap once finished. The carton, which is made from paper and takes the shape of a classic milk carton, gets positioned upside down into the dispenser’s base so that the pump can be inserted. Carton + Pump’s final form sandwiches the carton between the pump and its separate base to appear as a typical handsoap dispenser. The carton’s shape allows users to use up the dispenser’s contents to its last drop as all the extra handsoap collects into the carton’s triangular roof. To avoid the carton collapsing with frequent pumping, the designers behind Carton + Pump designed it so that the dispenser’s top and bottom covers evenly disperse pressure.
Bathroom storage cabinets can quickly fill up with plastic containers, toilet paper, and cotton pads. Carton + Pump’s shape makes it so users can stack extra cartons directly on top of one another, without creating yet another disorganized pile of bathroom supplies. The creators at Nendo have so far designed two types of pumps, one for liquid soap and another for foam soap, and two sizes of replacement cartons are currently available: 250ml and 400ml.
Carton + Pump comes in two sizes: 250ml and 400ml.
The carton is placed upside down and the pump then gets inserted into the bottom of the carton.
Following use, leftover handsoap collects in the carton’s triangular roof so users can finish up the soap to its last drop.
With a stackable shape, Carton + Pump won’t make a mess of your bathroom cabinets.
With minimal design elements, Carton + Pump fits anywhere.