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Faucet that takes a dip!

The Noah brings the intuitive action of ‘tipping over’ to the faucet. The faucet has been associated with the twisting action since time immemorial, but something about the Noah makes it intuitive to use, and a pleasure too! The tap has a temperature regulator on the top that can be twisted 90 degrees to cycle between hot and cold. Then you just tip the horizontal pipe over and the water comes gushing out. Convenient and uncondition…

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Two Headed Faucet and Filter

…iant honking water filter additions for your sink. The ones that look like a big egg at the end of your elegant faucet head. Well those days are over! Here is something lovely and new. Two faucet heads, one faucet. And best yet, there’s a new filter involved too – the “carbon block” – eliminating odors, residues, and chlorine. Will it pass your interior design fashion test? Are two heads better than one? This filter…

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Yanko Claus: Win a Delta Pilar Touch Faucet!

…8217;m really excited about this one. Our friends at Delta want to gift their new touch sensitive Pilar Kitchen Faucet! ($300) Installation is required but it’s as easy as any faucet install. Just leave a comment about ways you save water. You have until 11:59 PM PST tonight and remember, we’re gifting something almost everyday this month so check back! Sponsor: Delta Pilar is a distinctive kitchen faucet that coordinates with any déc…

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Ring Faucet by Sun Liang

Ring faucet is about experiencing water in a whole new way in our daily lives – to rediscover the awe-inspiring beauty of water in a small home faucet. This unique faucet visually frames flowing water in a circular fashion, giving you a full view of the water just as it falls over the edge. The opening orifice at the spout end lets in natural light which illuminates the flowing water for a striking view. Water is ‘reinstated’ a…

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Circles on the Water by Andrey Bondarenko of 2-B-2 Architecture

2B2 Changes Faucet History

Faucets, the untapped design challenge. Is that what you say when you see a wild faucet? This is a wild faucet, one of the wilder ones I’ve seen. It’s whipped up by designer Andrey Bondarenko to effectively change the evolved history of the sink itself. Instead of reflecting the shape and sensibilities of a waterfall or a geyser, as it is with a “normal” tap, this faucet takes on the form of the water as it’s fallen…

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Bola – See-through Faucet by Agustin Otegui

Designer Agustin Otegui developed a faucet in which new features could be integrated while following the upcoming design tendencies in the bathroom sector. The idea of a hollow faucet was the main theme followed through the design process. The possibility to watch your hands through the faucet while washing them was also something interesting. This feature brought up the idea of integrating a light around the bottom rim of the faucet to illumina…

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The Vettis faucet transforms concrete into a premium material

…ial. You’d normally associate luxury with chrome, rose-gold, or other premium materials and finishes, but faucet and sanitaryware company Brizo is changing that. Take for instance its Vettis single-hand faucet. Fabricated in brass and plated with polished chrome, the original Vettis is an absolute stunner, with a solid looking, robust cuboidal form factor. Take that premium form and alter the material to concrete and you’ve got someth…

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Faucet with Functionality

…is a feat in and of itself. I have stumbled upon a new design by Kohler. The Kohler Karbon Articulating Kitchen Faucet, is an answer to all homeowners dreams, when it comes to cooking or cleaning in your kitchen sink. With a futuristic design, that can be placed in several different positions the faucet allows for the user to use both hands to fill large pots, clean the dishes, or even to prepare food. It can also be moved out of the way if you n…

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