I’ve been meaning to post this for a while but, well, life and magazine issues get in the way…
It’s of an award-winning product design that I came across at the LivingKitchen show in Cologne. The design competition was sponsored by Naber GmbH Co Kg, a manufacturer of kitchen accessories.
So what is it? It’s a sink with an integrated faucet bar that was designed by Sven Arlt and Thomas Beck, of pablo, and incidentally came in first in the competition.
In case you’re wondering, yes, that faucet bar does move. When not in use, it can be pushed to lie flat and flush with the rim of the sink, allowing for, say, a cutting board to be placed on top. When needed, the bar can be lifted and angled for optimal use. A foot pedal controls the water flow and temperature, which is a good thing, as it makes users more aware of water consumption.
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