A Simplified Sink

A Simplified Sink

As some designers seem intent on inundating sinks with complicate gadgetry, others are taking a simpler approach. The Flow is a sink with the tap, basin and u-bend integrated into just two pieces. In the quest to create something harmonious yet functional, the Flow is an example of when “less is more” might be better.

0 Designer: Emil Rosen

Hanging High And Dry

Hanging High And Dry

The way we Indians do it is we hang our towel out in the sun, every day, right after our bath. That’s the routine mom taught us when we were young, but the nextgen is too lazy to follow that. The laundry cycles is usually set for a weekly change in towels at most homes, so a system like the “Towel Hanger” suits the situation. It dries, deodorizes and sanitizes the towel, when you hang it on the rail. As an added attraction, ambient lights switch on, creating a sweet environment when indulging in an aroma therapy soak!

0 Designer: Kim Jin Yeong

Toothbrush Upstanding Tall, With Pride

Toothbrush Upstanding Tall, With Pride

Ever felt icky about putting down your toothbrush onto the sink? Keep it rested on the toothpaste or balance it on the soap dish, but never flat on the sink surface! For hygiene-freaks like me is the DEWS Toothbrush by Ryan and Harc, an ergonomically designed brush that keeps standing upright and never tipples over. There are weights at the end of its rounded handle to create a centre of gravity at the handle base. When you set it down, it stays put for a second and then springs back upright. Tumble-doll-brush!

0 Designers: Hyun Jin Yoon & Eun Hak Lee

Draining Experiences Can Be Cute!

Draining Experiences Can Be Cute!

Cleaning the toilet drain is quite a stinky job in my opinion, and can never be labeled as cute! However, a look at the delightful Carack Drain Design, and I’m sold. The cuteness factor is personified in the accompanying video, where once the drain is choked with your body grime and hair, a blue head bobs up and down to indicate – it’s un-clogging time! Another factor in its favor is the sunken drain-trap; it keeps the ghastly hair-strands out of sight.

0 Designer: Oh Kyoung Hea

Handwash with Just a Shot

Handwash with Just a Shot

It’s the future. Don’t kid yourself – even though there’s no flying cars or Sprocket dogs or anything, we’re in the future. Do you know what that means? That means we’ve gotta be basically saving what we’ve got left before we’re so far down in resources that it’s just silly. So what’s to be done? Let’s start right here with water. This is a project called “Misting”, a hand-washing station that uses no more than a shot glass of water per handwash.

0 Designer: Christian Sugiharto

Ballerina Bathtub

Ballerina Bathtub

Ballerine is a creative combination of a single bathtub and a free standing shower cabin. The integrated shower head functions as a bath faucet and a shower disc. It’s installed on a flexible arm which easily adjusts to any height and allows you to set the intensity of the water stream and direction. The flexible arm is constructed of an adjustable nylon-silicon surface. Once activated, the frame stiffens like a backbone. If you’ve ever wanted to live out your dream as a tiny ballerina inside a music box, here you go.

0 Designer: Gustaw Lange

Travel Scale

Travel Scale

This project goes by the name “Weight2Go” and it’s made for you folks who just need to get the weight of items on an everyday basis, in the streets! If you’ve got a gigantic box, how do you weigh it? Your bathroom scale isn’t going to work, man. It just ain’t gonna do anything for ya. So you need something else. How about you take the scale apart? All four feet, keep them, the readout meter, keep that, throw everything else out! And you’ve got this set of excellence right here.

0 Designer: Jaeseok Han

Dial W For Water

Dial W For Water

You don’t have to dial any alphabets for this faucet to work, but you do need to set the duration for the flow via the dial. The thought behind this dial-connection is of course eco-consciousness. A better style than those push button taps, where one push gets you enough water to just wet your hands and nothing else!

So dial wisely…5, 10, 15 seconds…or more!

0 Designer: Eun ji Byeon

How Tall Today, Young One?

How Tall Today, Young One?

One of the cutest and most universal signs of growing up, marked by the parents of the child, is the pencil mark above the head on the wall. Pencil mark on the wall to show how tall. Young ones growing up, head height by head height. The only thing is, the place where this is generally marked is on a wall in a house that might not even be in the possession of the person once they’re grown up. So how does one keep this treasure? Let me lead you to it. Mark it here.

0 Designer: Studio 1a.m. [ Buy it Here ]

The Underwear Washing Machine

The Underwear Washing Machine

Reusing water is what’s best for underwear. And if you don’t wear underwear, you probably know someone who does. Seriously basically everyone wears underwear. And most of those people have clean underwear on, or at least underwear that was clean when they put them on. Why? Because they ALL use this machine, every single one of them. It’s called the “Mr. Klein” and it uses reused, reusable water.

0 Designer: Yoon Kisang

Unique Sink City

Unique Sink City

That’s where we’re about to go. We’re, you and me’re about go to sink city, and we’re gonna love it. These sinks are made in collaboration between Cactus Designers and Vaskéo. In their fiery design love, they’ve created a set of four sinks that any reasonable futuristic looking sink seeking fellow or lady would be glad to own. In fact, my mother owns one very similar to the first image you’re going to see. She is the envy of all her peers.

0 Designer: Cactus Designers and Vaskéo

Two Baths Crashed

Two Baths Crashed

That’s right, two baths crashed very gracefully and what came out the other side? This thing right here! It’s called the Infinity Bath, and it’s just the best thing ever I’m tellin ya. It’s got controls! Total technology in your ol’ bucket o’ wash water. Yessir, technology and next level comfort. And it all comes through the mini-panel on the inside side of the bath, which accesses every sensation: scent, music, touch, and eyeballs.

0 Designer: Aleksander Mukomelov

Steppy Steppy Clean

Steppy Steppy Clean

How many showers do you know that’r self-sufficient? None! Except what, what is this? A shower that powers itself! It’s called the “Eco Shower,” designed by Paul Frigout, and it’s rather steppy. Steppy, you’ve got to move your feet to make it work. As you step, you generate the power you need to make the water go woosh! As water flows through a turbine in the showerhead, electricity is produced, energy that’s used then to heat the water. Then there’s the blocks…

0 Designer: Paul Frigout