A kitchen absolutely must be designed with at least one substantial window to provide a view outside and bring sunlight flooding in. This Meidad Marzan faucet and dish rack become as inspired as the garden-gazing cook, in terms of the way they've taken shape.
Influenced by the grass, trees and twigs found in one's own backyard, this culinary set brings a little bit of nature onto the countertop. The tree branch tap is complete with organic offshoots that give the fixture a truly gripping form and a uniquely different mode of interaction and operation. More complex, the drying rack that accompanies the Meidad Marzan faucet incorporates a potted plant to contain cutlery and an arboreal hanger to suspend miscellaneous implements.
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This Meidad Marzan Faucet Embraces the Nature of its Task
Published: Aug 1, 2011 • References: industrialdesignserved