Daniel David Sutherland Brings Intuitive Motion Sensors to Sinks

By: Michael Hines - Published: Aug 22, 2010 • References: & yankodesign
Daniel David Sutherland can sure design a sink. This inventive sink was designed for the Reece Bathroom Innovation Awards 2010 and features an intuitive motion sensor designed to make hand-washing quick and easy.

The whole idea behind motion-sensing sinks is to save water, but they are often cumbersome and confusing. Daniel David Sutherland’s sink places the faucet behind the bowl and a handprint in the center of it. This simple addition makes motion-sensing sinks easier and more intuitive to use -- just the way I like it. Stats for Handprint Faucets Trending: Older & Chilly
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