3D print is not a new name in these days. But how to use this technology in our daily life is still in exploration. North american plumbing and building product manufacturer american standard is a good example of smartly use 3D print technology in a novel way. They just created a collection of seemingly impossible bathroom faucets that are works of art.
iWash is an innovative faucet designed to be used in public which integrates the Digital Microscope and Project technology to display the bacteria quantity of hands on the transparent screen while washing hands. Due to its visual design, people can clearly see the process of bacteria and other germs diminishing during wash, which encourage them to lather fully and rinse thoroughly. Quite interesting concept. But I think, the best place to install this faucet probably is school where young people get educated about the importance of washing hands then form the habit.
Glamour magazine has recently been promoting the “White Out” catwalk show where models and celebrities come together to promote white dresses and suits (a fashion trend from the 70’s that’s sure to make a comeback). Back in those days having a white kitchen tap was almost commonplace but as all trends do it eventually came to an end. With changes in technology and style the white finish is most certainly back with a bang.
Created by Bulgarian designer Victor Vasilev, this minimalist bathroom sink will attach your attention immdeitely with its almost surreal look. Unlike other bathroom furniture we published on DesignSwan, this design takes away anything that might be considered an excess. The whole sink is made of glass and connected/suppported by an elegant carrara marble stone. An interesting junction of geometric shapes occurs, which seems to be the basis of the design concept. Kub Basin comes with faucets and fittings, their subtle presence being a perfect match for the simplicity design of the sink. Morevoer, the carrara stone can be cleverly used as storage space and the project is also available in a highly intriguing version for two.