The Paris Lowitz Modular Faucet Adapts Its Size to the Environment

By: Katherine Vong - Published: Oct 11, 2009 • References: parislowitz &
Imagine if movie theatre washrooms had a sink and faucet like this unique modular faucet designed by Paris Lowitz. Inspired by the modern movie theater, Lowitz’s modular faucet is made up of different sections that can be attached or removed to change its size and shape as required by the environment.

Also interesting is how the Lowitz’s modular faucet works: it uses touch-sensitive technology to activate water flow. The modular faucet features a touch interface to allow you to change the temperature of the water by sliding your hand to the left or right. It’s such an interesting concept—if these were installed in theaters, I might just end up missing the movie! Stats for Shape-Shifting Faucets Trending: Older & Chilly
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