See the liquid inside the vial? That’s just about how much will spill from this concept faucet for a good hand and face wash. The idea here is to conserve the life-giving H2O. It’s a bit ridiculous, but it’s artful too.
Designed by a team of South Koreans, One Liter Limited stands apart from other faucets not just for its looks—banana bent and oddly reminiscent of a smoking pipe—but for its content. That’s exactly one liter of liquid inside the glass. Using any more—why, you can only use what’s available. Conservation is the name of the game.
Actually, the One Liter Limited does refill itself, but only after the user has spent the first load. Then it refills and can be consumed sparingly. We think it’s clever despite the weird shape of the faucet. Don’t get us wrong, we love great design, but why does this remind us so much of a banana?
Via DviceFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Design News