This copper faucet design comes from Cotto's 'Himmapan' line, which is the name of a forest in Hindu mythology that contains fantastical avian creatures.
The shape of the 'Himmapan' faucet takes inspiration from these forms, sculpted to look like it is a bird that is swooping down above a body of water. The faucet is made from a mix of metals, including copper, zinc, lead an cadmium, which are the perfect materials to create this interesting and shapely form.
To make the rustic faucet even more precious, Cotto has used several Swarovski crystals on the handles and above the water spout. This makes for an even more interesting contrast between the rustic and polished, geometric and organic forms on this faucet.
This Copper Faucet Design is Inspired by Hindu Creatures of Myths
Laura McQuarrie — November 7, 2013 — Art & Design
References: cotto.co.th & trendir