A faucet is a necessary thing for a bathroom or a kitchen, and sometimes it becomes an accessory that highlights your design and decor. Plus, a functional faucet will add light, filter water and maybe even save it – there are all kinds of models to try. You can find unique 3D printed items, comfy faucets that will help you to wash your face spray water in it and many other models that catch an eye. Here are some modern and bold ideas you can buy right now and install in your space – all of them stand out.
The Noah brings the intuitive action of ‘tipping over’ to the faucet. The tap has a temperature regulator on the top that can be twisted 90 degrees to cycle between hot and cold. Then you just tip the horizontal pipe over and the water comes gushing out. The design is laconic and modern – a black pipe, which can fit any modern bathroom. It was originally inspired by the shape of traditional Japanese bamboo fountain but it was given a more modern look.
‘AXOR starck V’ observes human interaction in relationship to water and space. Most noticeably is its transparent body — the first mixer of its kind — which puts the movement of water at the forefront. Serving as a technical function which makes water visible, it also allows the mixer to blend into its environment, metaphorically indicating how water is a valuable resource that is at the base of our everyday lives. Its open spout furthers this notion of the vitality of the natural resource, allowing users to experience the flow of water before their eyes — from faucet to basin, in a free-fall motion.
The Spray Faucet features an innovative spraying function in which a continuous soft spray of water is released that can be conveniently used for a more comfortable face-washing experience. Better yet, it saves three-quarters the amount of water normally used. The gentle spraying of water increases the comfort and convenience of washing the face. The design incorporates two outlets – one that releases comfortable spray water upwards and another that releases bubble water downwards. The height of the handle is 60mm (three times that of conventional faucets) which means that the faucet can swing flexibly. This makes it super-easy to wash the face and hair.
Daphne by Park Geun is a unique piece comprising a shower, handshower, and a faucet, Daphne does a brilliant job as all three, going as far as using its own form to its advantage. It’s very functional as you can keep your hands free attaching Daphne to a higher place. It can be used as a faucet pressing the beneath button. After pulling the grip, pressing the button upward, you can use it as a shower. It’s possible to use in effective place by exposing the shower-tap when it’s used and the shower head, playing a role as a faucet when it’s not used. Sure to be the coolest thing in your entire house!
A whole new era of fixtures is here: 3D printed faucets. DXV by American Standard is taking it to the next level with their brand new creative faucet designs created with 3D printing technology. Using selective laser sintering, each faucet takes about 24 hours to be printed out of solid metal. It is then hand-finished to create a more polished look.
Qui’s tap-touch bathroom sink faucet would use 15% less water using the same water pressure compared to a typical faucet flow while also producing unexpected beauty. The liquid vortex is created by utilizing two separate flow elements of varying diameters, one spinning clockwise, the other counter-clockwise. Intertwined, the result is a mesmerizing liquid lattice or other unusual water flow designs, depending on the shape of the swirl form elements.