Futuristic Faucets Put Old-School Sinks to Shame

Kitchen and bathroom accessories have become increasingly futuristic and ..just plain awesome, over the last few years. There are bathroom dryers out almost everywhere now that dry hands in 7-10 seconds. Wham, bam, thank you ma’am!

Take a look at some new contemporary designs – maybe you’ll find one that will complement your style or decor perfectly.

Ripple Faucet
This sink and faucet are just plain cool and sort of has a Star Trek feeling to it. The red lighting and sleek circle design turn a regular sink into a modern and desirable version. The Ripple Faucet was created by Smith Newnam and Touch 360 Studio.

Flexible Faucet
This faucet is called the Hybrid and is designed by Paini. Visually, it sort of resembles a leather belt and buckle but it’s purpose and flexibility far exceed what any clothing accessory could possibly do.

Kohler Karbon Kitchen Faucet
This faucet gives off a very artistic and futuristic feel because of the clean lines and shiny metal. The Kohler Karbon Articulating Faucet allows a wide range of movement and flexibility and would complement kitchens with stainless steel appliances to match.

Flow: Doom-shaped Faucet
The “Flow” is by Nadeem Haidary who designed the unique looking sink, with the concept of exceptional interaction for users, in the back of his mind. This sink was designed for an Asian restaurant and was inspired by zen gardens. A rock sits atop a piece of fabric in this model, which triggers a switch and activates the water.

Whichever futuristic design appeals you to most, all are highly creative and made by some very talented individuals.

[Source: The Design Blog]

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