Water ball ripple in your washroom


Discover a new and an attractive way to play with water. Drawing inspiration from surface ripples, the faucet creates a strong visual relationship between the two. An array of electromagnetic sensors detects whether the water from the ripple is hot or not. The surface glows red or blue to denote how hot or cold it is. The two separate channels combine the hot and cold water to get the perfect mix.

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On top of the frosted ripple surface sits a metal ball. Moving the ball in or out from the center controls water pressure. Moving it around controls temperature. The water in the hot water channel isn’t actually hot until it’s ready to be mixed via flash heating.
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