Oh, great. Now we can never look at another sink again without wishing the water flowing out of it was falling in a lattice-like pattern. A winner of a 2014 IF Concept Design Award, the Swirl Sink, designed by Simin Qiu, takes the idea of sink sprayer and makes it more beautiful, if less helpful. Instead of turning a handle, you simply push a button to start the water flow. According to the Royal College of Art student, the sink would flow at a rate 15 percent slower than a traditional sink and more gently. Not exactly great for loosening stuck-on food, but we’d love to have one in the bathroom, if it ever gets out of the “concept” phase.
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