Designer Nadeem Haidary continues to impress with his advanced yet pragmatic designs. Earlier we covered the Camera for the Blind by the American designer, now it’s time for a faucet concept called “Flow” that encourages an exceptional interaction on part of the user. Developed for an Asian restaurant, the new faucet drawing inspiration from the control of energy in Zen gardens places a stone on a section of fabric that triggers a switch to activate the flow of water like a natural spring. Moreover, the users can control the water temperature by moving the stone to either side. The stone is air-dried before you place it back on top of the faucet. To stop the water flow, you may place the stone back on top of the faucet after air sterilization.
Via: Nadeem Haidary