Considering the fact that a large section of the world population has to travel miles every day to get a pot of drinking water to quench their thirst, preservation of water becomes our primary responsibility, no matter if we are living in places with scarce or abundant water resources. Emphasizing the conservation of water, South Korean designer Jang Wooseok has developed an innovative sink that requires a bit of toil to get water for your daily use. Dubbed “Bisynk,” the new faucet removes the lever and has to be paddled like an exercise bike to acquire water. The creative accessory, integrating the paddle to power the faucet, not only helps in water conservation but also keeps the user in a good shape. In other words, now users have to sweat it out to earn water for their daily consumption.