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These Impossibly Twisted 3D-Printed Faucets Somehow Actually Work

Besides being able to produce prototypes quickly and efficiently, 3D printers are also able to create complex shaped pieces that are impossible to make using traditional manufacturing techniques. That’s why American Standard has embraced 3D-printing for its new line of twisted faucets that seem physically impossible. » 6/18/15 3:40pm 6/18/15 3:40pm

Brilliant Dual-Nozzle Faucet Doubles As a Drinking Fountain

When your kitchen lacks a dishwasher you'll do anything imaginable to cut down on dirtying dishes—including drinking directly from the faucet. But instead of having to lean over and use your hand as a cup, Alice Spieser has designed a simple dual-nozzled faucet that easily becomes a drinking fountain with some… » 11/06/14 10:33am 11/06/14 10:33am

A Vortex Faucet Adds Much Needed Excitement To Washing Your Hands

Since most faucets are nothing more than a metal tube, you rarely get a glimpse of the magic inside when cold and hot water come together to create warm water. So Philippe Starck designed the Axor Starck V, a crystal clear faucet that creates a vortex as the streams of water mix and bubble up and out. » 4/14/14 9:40am 4/14/14 9:40am