Creative Brain Drain

Drainage systems can be such a drag. I mean, with all the dirt, trash, ditched drugs, dead bodies and lost dreams floating down them, people generally think of drains as a pit of despair and refuse. Not any longer, designer Honfay Lui wants to add new vigor and vim to drainage systems and has introduced “Matrix”. The worlds first contextual drainage system. Are you an architect with some extra “subtext” you want to convey? Then the “Matrix” drainage system is for you. It as easy and picking up and arranging the scrabble style drain tiles to spell whatever you want to say. Bart Simpson not available for comment.

Designer: Honfay Lui

27 Comments

  • Rob says:

    These wouldn’t last for 5 minutes in any major city…is there any way to lock them down to prevent theft?

  • cmon says:

    yes

  • igreenspot says:

    @Rob, why would anyone steal the letter box ? they can’t use it anyway, anyone who sees it must know that they steal it

  • sikantis says:

    I’m just excited, it looks so great! I hope it will be used somewhere.

  • zen says:

    with the drainage system for sure we can learn to spell something on the sidewalk….

  • Andrew says:

    You could have an extra lip on the Top Right Angle piece that it becomes ‘C’ section, and then have a lockable piece at either end so to actually make the words you slide it in one end…that’ll make stealing it a real nuisance, but also installation…

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    I like the idea very much, hope to see it one day.

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