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The Sophie Mensen 'Watertable' Deepens to Receive Liquid

 - Nov 22, 2010
References: sophiemensen & psfk
The most compelling design is when an object takes on the form of its function, and this Sophie Mensen 'Watertable' does just that. Made to morph in shape, the slick sink is a pliable polymer that expands to collect the volume of water, continually growing as the basin fills.

When it's not in use, the "formless" Sophie Mensen 'Watertable' sits taut as a flat surface with just a small puncture in the material as a hint of a drain. Mimicking the properties of the life-fostering fluid, this unique kitchen appliance is the perfect minimalist masterpiece for your home.