Water is precious, and every drop saved is a big deal. And when we get to save it in such elegant forms, well that’s just the icing on the cake. Royal College of Art student Simin Qiu has designed a faucet that saves water by swirling it into elegant patterns.
It works quite like an aerator, except with lovely patterns and a much better look. The faucet has three different modes for swirling the water and is controlled by a button. Qiu’s design has already won the Haier Special prize from iF Awards, and by all standards, seems to hold great potential.