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Flowing Faucets: Kitchen and Bathroom Trend

Sinuous shapes with sweeping curves characterize these contemporary faucets.

vuelo faucet_brizlo

Taking inspiration from a swan’s elegant form, Brizo’s Vuelo faucet features an arched profile, available in their new polished chrome, matte white finishes with plenty of additional configurations including their high-rise, pull-out design.

triflow tap_zaha hadid

Drawing inspiration from the movement of water, British tap manufacturer Triflow has teamed up with renowned architect Zaha Hadid to create a seamless, curvilinear faucet. The tap uses Triflow’s three-way technology, allowing for filtered drinking in addition to the regular hot and cold water streams.

ametis lavatory faucet_graff

The Ametis faucet by Davide Oppizzi for GRAFF, was designed around the movement of water and Japanese calligraphy, producing a tap with a gentle twist.

michael young for jouger

Jougor MY taps by Micheal Young feature stem-shaped handles that sit parallel on a flat base, lending itself to being wall-mounted as well as used horizontally.

organic faucet_philippe starck for axor

Designed by French designer Phillippe Starck, the Organic tap by Axor has been engineered to use half the amount of water, by using a combination of air and water in the jets. The branch-like faucet sourced its inspiration from nature, mimicking lines from plants and the human form.

Posted February 5, 2016 by Editor

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