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Student designs a faucet that saves water by swirling it in elegant patterns

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.

Via Simin Qiu on Behance, Demilked

One reply on “Student designs a faucet that saves water by swirling it in elegant patterns”

Wow !!!!
Where can I buy one of these. Its gorgeous, sleek and unique. I want one, is there one for trial and I can assess and review it ?????

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