Simin Qiu, a design student in London’s Royal College of Art, has come up with a luxurious-looking Swirl Faucet that will save water by turning water into captivating geometric patterns as soon as you turn on the tap.
The faucet weaves small jets of water into intricate, cross-hatched designs that look like they belong on delicate crystal glassware.
The faucet head is a simple, minimalistic curve, making the designs it spouts out all the more delightful.
Qiu’s design works by sending the water through a double turbine, which spirals as water moves through it, creating an elaborate and beautiful lattice of water streams.
The turbine also limits the flow of water by 15%, meaning that you waste less when using it! 3 different nozzles let users choose which water-saving design they’d rather use.
The design, which also won an iF Design concept award in 2014, is operated with a touch button on top, which helps it retain its sleek and elegant look.