Flowing Faucets: Kitchen and Bathroom TrendFebruary 05, 2016
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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