The post of today its a little diferente, its about the most beautiful sink faucet. Categorize this design concept in the realm of “unnecessary, but we want it”. Royal College of Art student Simin Qiu’s Swirl concept was awarded a 2014 IF Concept Design Award for its innovative miniature turbine-powered, water flow shaping faucet design. We can explain to you this project:
In theory, Qui’s tap-touch bathroom sink faucet would use 15% less water using the same water pressure compared to a typical faucet flow while also producing unexpected beauty. The liquid vortex is created by utilizing two separate flow elements of varying diameters, one spinning clockwise, the other counter-clockwise. Intertwined, the result is a mesmerizing liquid lattice or other unusual water flow designs, depending on the shape of the swirl form elements.
Two different exits on the housing contribute to the turbines above and below rotating reversely. Touching the switch, the active ratchet wheel forces the passive ratched wheel out of bayonet. And the switch will restore the initial state immediately.
What do think about this beautiful sink faucet? Unnecessary , but wouldn’t you like to have your in your bathroom?
I would like to have one in my luxury and amazing bathroom.
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