Double Crossing Tap

Double Crossing Tap

I wonder why no one thought of this before; what the Cycle-Basin is proposing here is very simple. Depending upon what you use the tap water for, you decide whether the gray water can be recycled or not, and then accordingly use the bottom tap to drain out the water into a bucket or let it go down the drain…literally. If you’re cleaning up some veggies, then naturally you can recycle that water for watering your plants. Get the drift?

0 Designers: Jie Hu, Hanwu Lin, Ran An, YuanFeng & Xianjing Zhang

Another Hygiene Standard Flow

Another Hygiene Standard Flow

From Docta Ecological Consciousness. What! What! Representing the flexible bathroom environment. Word up. Really though, look at this bathroom. It’s called “Another Bathroom” and it’s designed by Felipe Ribon. It’s just fabulous. The questions it asks are how we could keep high hygiene standards in a flexible bathroom environment, and ALSO enjoy it with ecological consciousness? Harsh limits!

0 Designer: Felipe Ribon

Classy Water Stopper

Classy Water Stopper

When I first spied the WaterStoppingWater, it felt like déjà vu, simply because it has this uncanny resemblance to the DROPPA carafe by Ozgur Onal. Now I’m not going to get in to the bickering of who inspires who; the bottom line is that WaterStoppingWater has a very fluid design and represents a sink stopper in a very chic way.

0 Designers: Lunar Europe [ Buy it Here ]

What Pot is This?

What Pot is This?

So you’d like to relax in your bathroom. Seems pretty reasonable. Do you like flowers? That’s good, because that’s today’s solution to your relaxation problem, and it’s presented by 2-B-2 Architecture. Turn your bathroom into a lovely pottery barn with these bits of WC furniture – fine to see, fine to touch, fine to… use.

0 Designer: Andrey Bondarenko of 2-B-2 Architecture

How Many Boxes Does A Bathroom Make?

How Many Boxes Does A Bathroom Make?

Plenty if you want the Roca Box. Segmented sanitary spaces, all come together like the accordion; compact in the box! For a good measure, a concept known as the “Thermal Bomb” has been thrown in. Thermal Bomb essentially uses humid air to heat the water and is supposedly energy efficient as well. Would you like to bathe in the box, or do you need conventional spacious grandeur?

0 Designers: Clara del Portillo Pardo & Alejandro Selma Lázaro

Super Sexy Bathroom

Super Sexy Bathroom

It’s always about the future, and in the future you guys are going to realize the need of doubling up your interior spaces by adding more than one function to a room. Like, you may want your bathroom to double up as a gym when you’re not taking a bath. So how about you get the Roca Active & Relax Bathroom? It’s this luxurious room where the sunken bath is really sunken, invisible till you don’t open up the floorboards. No windows too, instead 3 floor-to-ceiling LCDs giving you the illusion of a panoramic view.

0 Designer: Michał Mitek

Shave Your Beard For Life

Shave Your Beard For Life

Shaving design: just what you woke up for this morning! This amazing shaving machine was made by designer Kristen Beck to be a shaving device that’ll work for life, not just for a couple years, only good for one type of facial hair. No! This is the one, the only one you’ll ever need! It’s got a ball and socket connection!

0 Designer: Kristen Beck

Star In Your Own 3 D Shower Movie

Star In Your Own 3 D Shower Movie

The Waterdrop Shower Room brings to life the childhood fantasies of role-playing while taking a bath. Sometimes you’re a beastly pirate and sometimes a brave hero rescuing your ducks. This exciting enclosure comes with a tactile touchscreen that almost envelopes you. Its giant screen happily plays for you soothing melodies of the Chinese Opera to Nemo (although I reckon the big guys will opt for something more seductive!) and transports you to fantasy land!

0 Designer: Wu Chenghou

Mirror Mirror On The Wall

Mirror Mirror On The Wall

The new Aluminum Series Mirror by Sonia eliminates the need for a separate magnifying mirror. A magnet is placed on a pendulum behind the plate glass mirror. This magnet attracts the magnet, which is concealed into the mini Magnifying Mirror, allowing users to slide the small mirror anywhere on the large mirror. When not in use, it can be pulled off the surface and stored away.

0 Designer: Sonia

Enjoy the Arc

Enjoy the Arc

The beautiful Arc is a shower system that transcends from the normal “shower mode” to the “energy-saving mode”, effortlessly. In the eco avatar, it recycles the warm shower water on the spot so that you feel less guilty for indulging in a hot-luxury-rinse. What I don’t get is the hue and cry people make over wasting water in the shower, when we have film-makers squander precious liters in a parched city just to shoot a Tsunami scene, now that’s criminal wastage!

0 Designer: D.K. & Wei Design

Hanging Towel Dryer Hits a Raw Nerve

Hanging Towel Dryer Hits a Raw Nerve

I have had so many fights with my husband and kids over wet towels. I mean, how much time does it take to go and hang out your wet used towel for drying? Less than Five Minutes! But No Sireez, they just won’t listen; they heap it up on the bed, floor; worse keep it wet n hanging in the loo. It’s for me to dry those stinky pieces! Wish I had a genie manufacture this Hanging Towel Dryer, which is shaped like a bathroom clothes rail, but is actually an air drier.

0 Designer: Seung Jun Jeong

Carved From A Block of Chrome

Carved From A Block of Chrome

Here are two products destined for production. The Chiseled and U-Turn faucet concepts come to us by way of  Design Jordan. I love the contrast between the abrupt sharpness and the organic nature of water. Too often I see these esoteric faucet designs that look stunning on their own but would look terrible in most homes. These concepts are what I call reachably futuristic.

0 Designer: Sofian Tallal of Design Jordan

Tabbed Bathroom Options

Tabbed Bathroom Options

Hooray! The tabbing of folders -and the entire organized world- has come nearly full circle! First they put tabs on folders, then they put tabs on desktops, then they put them on internet browsers, now they’re on the bathroom cabinet. Of course!

0 Designer: Lewis Taylor