You may have a hard time squeezing this exquisite appliance into your laundry room, but the Ovum Washing Machine would be well worth its fresh look when compared to its cubic counterparts. Consumers are used to encountering electronic contraptions with utilitarian appearances, making this sort of organic concept a divine domestic discovery.
Adrian Larripa's egg-shaped washer is actually inspired by the smooth form of a river rock, referencing the rudimentary tool for laundering clothes from the rushing body of water that would rinse them all clean. Its elegant form broadens towards the front, presenting an ocular opening with an intuitive digital interface. Fostering a sense of natural beauty in the room and embodying this idea of stream water freshness, the Ovum Washing Machine is an unparalleled find that actually succeeds in becoming a poetic appliance.