Rotation Water Therapy

The first thing that comes to my mind when I see the Disambigua – Unambiguous, is roast meat! The reason behind it is simple, the way you need to keep rotating the meat on a skewer for uniform cooking, likewise rotate this concept for uniform cleansing. One turn it’s a bathtub, another turn and it’s a washbasin. Now this is what I call a complete wash!

Designer: DiciannoveDieciDesign

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  • Thanks for sharing. This would be great for a small space.

  • Mike Barnard says:

    Interesting, but you need to switch the axis of rotation to the center of gravity. Currently the axis is at the lid of the tub, effectively, making the tub very stable down, very heavy to rotate up to sink, and very unstable as a sink without some significant checks. Further, the issue of water drainage is unresolved, with a high likelihood of laminar flow causing water to spray off the sides onto the floor when in sink mode. I suspect from the angle and height of the faucet that there would be some problems with different water pressures causing spray onto to the floor when in tub mode as well.

    There's work to do to make this usable, but it's an interesting early concept. More time on the physics, less time on the rendering.


  • Jon says:

    I could so see it start to turn while in the tub, all slowly! NOOOOOOOOOOOO! Splash Sploosh! 😀 cheers fun idea!

  • Guest says:

    You'd have to wait until the bath was completely dry before flipping it into 'sink mode' and vice versa. I can imagine house proud mothers enforcing a 'wipe out the bath with a towel' rule to ensure that no smears or drips were left on the stand.

  • Flavio says:

    DiciannoveDieciDesign designer Flavio SCALZO!/v

  • In small bathrooms I've been to, people either drop sink or have sink and shower. This one is useless as it provides more problems than it actually solves.

  • Flavio says:

    Disambigua: Bath / Washbasin – Designer Flavio Scalzo-Company Hode-

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