LEVIS Faucet Concept Is Inspired by Organic Shapes of Leaves and Grass Blades

LEVIS faucet was born out of University project in cooperation with Grohe and Odörfer. This futuristic concept faucet offers a new way to wash your hands. It features an integrated touch surface and can be controlled by intuitive hand gestures while visual feedback is displayed through subtle LED backlights.

Inspired by nature, the shape of this faucet is heavily influenced by the organic shapes of leaves and grass blades, can you see the similar characteristic here? It flows beautifully just like fluid with controllable motion of water as well as self-cleaning properties of a Lotus flower. It’s a simple, futuristic faucet with no moving parts while providing clear and intuitive controls. It is highly possible for one-handed use, thanks to its built-in touch surface and responsive LED feedback.

Designers : Daniel Brunsteiner, Mara Pöllinger, and Luis Meixner

LEVIS Faucet Concept by Daniel Brunsteiner, Mara Pöllinger, and Luis Meixner

LEVIS Faucet Concept by Daniel Brunsteiner, Mara Pöllinger, and Luis Meixner

LEVIS Faucet Concept by Daniel Brunsteiner, Mara Pöllinger, and Luis Meixner

LEVIS Faucet Concept by Daniel Brunsteiner, Mara Pöllinger, and Luis Meixner


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