A Tank Bath

A Tank Bath

The Tank is a shower system of your dreams! It includes a user interface, dial, flow meter, Wi-Fi connectivity and a latching solenoid. It fits easily into your existing shower system and supports easy adoption. In a very clever way, the Tank system makes you aware of your water conservation practices as well as those who are looped in the system. So in a very subtle way, it motivates you to be a water-saver and allows you to share your accomplishments with other like-minded people.

0 Designer: Charles Skender

Fogless Shower!

Fogless Shower!

The Wind Rain Fire shower system integrates the exhaust fan with the showerhead, making sure that steam and heat is instantly dispersed. The idea is to make the bathroom fell less stuffy after a hot shower. The system includes a towel-warming rail. On the whole, it’s a great idea and step in the right direction.

0 Designer: Chris Connell

Landscaped Showers

Landscaped Showers

If you have ever used the open-shower bathrooms in luxury hotels, you’ll totally connect with the Portal Shower. There is nothing more refreshing than an environment that reflects nature’s bounty. The shower system consists of a screen system that showcases various natural environments. An easy fix to your daily dose of the sea, sands, and gardens!

0 Designer: Matthew Simpson

Slide-phone Inspired Faucets

Slide-phone Inspired Faucets

The Reece Slide Tap is a different take on the typical slider phone; it is a faucet that uses the innovation of touch-pads to the fullest. You can turn on the tap by simply sliding the top and control the temperature via the touchpad on the handle. You can preset the temperature, thus eliminating wastage.

0 Designer: Zeyu Zeng

Even a Toilet Can Be Cute

Even a Toilet Can Be Cute

Old-school “water-closets” (those toilets with the reservoir mounted on the wall, suspended above the bowl) use gravity to force water into the bowl. While effective, they aren’t around much anymore because of the huge amount of space they require. The satirically-named Element Water Closet  applies entirely different physics to achieve the same amount of flushing power but with less water and while occupying even smaller space than conventional bowl toilets.  See how it works—>

0 Designer: David Hashimoto

Shaky Wash

Shaky Wash

The Shaking Wash is a personal laundry washer for travelers. It is aimed at washing smaller articles like underwear and socks and uses a shaking motion to clean the clothes. The light compact design makes it portable and it works on both batteries and electric power. Ideal for the lazy folks!

0 Designer: Jung Seub Lee

Water Exclamation

Water Exclamation

Inspired by the exclamation mark, the Salva Faucet is an expression towards water conservation. It works in a way that you get to adjust the water temperature of the water without having to waste any water. The simple control bar makes it easy for you to use it. Edgy and innovative!

0 Designer: Jung Jun Park

Bath Toys

Bath Toys

BatheXercise is a fun way to de-stress and stay fit at the same time. What these cute guys (kawaii!) are doing is using the BatheXercise equipments to move their muscles and build in that stretch. Hectic schedules and lack of motivation are the top reasons why people skip their exercises. Hopefully with a simple ten-minute routine after a relaxing shower (or before), should do the trick.

0 Designers: Chen-Yu Lee & Li Lin

For The Sake Of A Clean Shave

For The Sake Of A Clean Shave

One of my earliest memories of my father has been to watch him carefully follow the protocols of his shaving rituals. Needless to say, when my brother was ready to try his hand, my father proudly shared his techniques and even gifted him his shaving mug as if it were a family heirloom. The Obtineo Shave Set strikes a nostalgic cord with me and I sure with guys too. Currently on its last leg for funding, let’s know why this safety razor display shave mug is special.

0 Designer: Cory Roehl [ Preorder Here ]

Power Of P

Power Of P

Apparently the Urea in your pee reacts with the hydrogen ions in water and releases electrons. If we go by this scientific information then there is a possibility of your pee generating electricity. This harnessed energy can be used to power the sensors that trigger flushing of the loo and perhaps the entire lighting set up of the bathroom. I have no validation to this theory but if it can be done, then someone please step on it. Otherwise a lot of pee is just going down the drain for nothing!

0 Designers: LIU Yi, Yue-Bo Shen & Fang-Tian Ying

NotOnlyWhite Bathroom

NotOnlyWhite Bathroom

If you are looking at re-doing your bathroom then have a look at what Dutch designer Marike Andeweg has conjured up HI-MACS. The versatile material has been used the basin as well as fixtures, aptly titled the Air, Box and Light. Sporting gentle, fluid geometrical forms, the Box consists of a sophisticated single or double HI-MACS oval basin, accompanied by the practical and orderly counter containers in oak wood.

0 Designer: Marike Andeweg

Room Division Done Right

Room Division Done Right

As urban living faces space challenges, this design team has a good solution to make most of the limited carpet area that your home may have. Cook&Bath is a clever construction and room division that allows you to make the most of the space restrictions. In a way, it eliminates an entire wall and uses a centralized bathroom-shower space as the room division. An interesting way to demark the kitchen, living and bedroom space!

0 Designers: Roy Benjamin, Verdu Pierre & Denat Alexandra

Futuristic Faucet

Futuristic Faucet

Clean, modern, and simple, the Duo faucet strikes a balance between functionality and style with its interactive appeal and smart shape. The design forms a half-ring over the sink, allowing the water to flow in a circular fashion to the center or sides depending on the desired temperature. Built-in red and blue LED lights indicate the temperature, changing as the user moves the sliding rings to adjust the temp.