This faucet that makes water look like latticework has ruined us for other sinks

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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