No Touchy Basin

The Spout Faucet Basin is ideal for those freakish about hygiene and no-touching-taps kinds. It’s also for those who enjoy aesthetic appeal with a little bit of high-tech. Basically the design features a sensor activated mixer tap, with the temperature being set via a small dial. Unfortunately, this dial will require you to “touch” it for adjustment, but more importantly it also encases the override button, which pours out a steady stream of water. All the mechanical components are neatly tucked outta sight in the internal cavity behind the basin, offering a very neat wall mounted unit.

Adhering to the current demands, this swanky basin can be crafted out of cast ceramic as shown through to machined Corian.

The fact that it’s one less metallic mixer tap to clean and polish in the loo makes it all the more appealing!

The Spout Faucet is a Reece Bathroom Innovation Awards Finalists.

Designer: Charlwood Design

7 Comments

  • Fingers says:

    Oh look an ipod in a sink. Why not come up with something original? Or maybe not such an obvious reuse of technology

    Maybe it could be that you touch a different along the back edge in a linear motion. Giving you more range of temp setting.

  • Fingers says:

    Oh look an ipod in a sink. Why not come up with something original? Or maybe not such an obvious reuse of technology

    Maybe it could be that you touch a different along the back edge in a linear motion. Giving you more range of temp setting.

  • Feniks says:

    Nice. However, there is no reason for such a low setting estuary. This requires a deeper sink. It also restricts the water pressure. The last part should be higher.

  • Feniks says:

    Nice. However, there is no reason for such a low setting estuary. This requires a deeper sink. It also restricts the water pressure. The last part should be higher.

  • pirtskhal says:

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  • pirtskhal says:

    Nice!

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