Swirl Tap Spouts Angled Streams of H2O for an Improved Cleaning Experience

By: Amelia Roblin - Jan 28, 2015
References: behance.net & yankodesign
The refreshing feeling of aqua rinsing over your skin could be enhanced by this water-weaving faucet. Instead of ejecting liquid straight in a downwards direction, this concept sink fixture causes thin streams to cross into a gentle braided jet.

Simin Qiu's idea would be to arrange very narrow output holes around the circular Swirl Faucet, setting them on alternating angles of around 45 degrees. When the source is surging, the fine watery lines may cross, forming a liquid lattice that elongates as it falls. The result creates a delicate and dispersed force that feels nice on the hands.

Initiating this intricate helix is not done with a knob or a lever, but rather with the push of a button. This water-weaving faucet would supply H2O at a perfect preset temperature, all-up making the washing basin accessory a certain conversation piece for guests.