Hudōr Faucet : Futuristic Faucet Is Inspired by Audi, Designed for Grohe

The Hudōr Faucet incorporates a system that allows the user a “hands-free washing experience” so to speak, by integrating a motion detector, an easily replaceable liquid soap dispenser and a bacteria disinfectant black light. When we think about washing hands, we immediately envisage a faucet and basin. Fraser Leid attempted to create a piece that changes the perception of hand sanitation entirely.

Designer : Fraser Leid

Hudor Faucet by Fraser Leid

Hudor Faucet by Fraser Leid

The faucet’s unusual design focuses on simplicity, while blending queues from Audi’s automotive ethos of harmonious quality assurance and technology integration. The object utilizes carbon composites that act as a shell for the main base of the mixer. The circular ring component consists of tempered glass, which incases two aluminum rings. Both of which have a specific function. One of these rings, houses several spouts, which produce soft jets of water in various directions. The other ring houses a black light, which is used to sterilize/ sanitize the users hands of bacteria while they’re being washed. A small infrared motion sensor is located at the base of the spout ring, which detects motion from the user, engaging and disengaging the water jets. An easily accessible liquid soap dispenser is located at the rest of the housing. This is infused with the water as it escapes from the various spouts. A simplified temperature adjustment rail is situated in the front of the base.

In summary, Hudōr faucet is a very interesting take on a faucet design. It managers to go against the norm with a very futuristic design approach, but still is grounded as a believable, marketable product.

Hudor Faucet by Fraser Leid

Hudor Faucet by Fraser Leid

Hudor Faucet by Fraser Leid

Hudor Faucet by Fraser Leid

Hudor Faucet by Fraser Leid

Hudor Faucet by Fraser Leid

Hudor Faucet by Fraser Leid

Hudor Faucet by Fraser Leid

Hudor Faucet by Fraser Leid

Hudor Faucet by Fraser Leid

Hudor Faucet by Fraser Leid




ERV : Emergency Rescue Vehicle by Koh Wei Ling

ERV (Emergency Rescue Vehicle) is a life saving bike specifically designed to give anyone a treatment whenever there are accidents just around the corner. This life saving rescue vehicle will be on the road all the time, paying attention at the crowd, making sure anyone who get injured will receive immediate attention. After which, when necessary, the ambulance will take over and send the injured person to the nearest hospital. This vehicle has been designed with slide to lock equipment bags. These bags are filled with important equipments for effective and smooth emergency situation.

Designer : Koh Wei Ling

ERV Bike

ERV Bike

ERV Bike

ERV Bike

ERV Bike




Tarius Will Detect Both Natural and Artificial UV Rays Around You

Tarius is an innovative and functional concept gadget that can be attached onto a user’s jacket or hose to detect UV rays both natural and artificial. This unique device will be very much helpful for those people who have to work in a exposing condition to UV lights. The device features a crispy LED display to show the readings and can be easily controlled with one touch button located in the lower part of it. There is a clump behind the device that helps the user to attach it with their belts, jackets or other convenient places.

tarius uv ray detector

tarius uv ray detector

tarius uv ray detector

Designer : Julien Bergignat






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