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The Most Beautiful Thing in the World Today: Geometric Water

This eco-friendly faucet adds simple beauty to conservation

Packaged in a sleek silver nozzle, Swirl is a one-touch faucet that transforms running water into an elaborate display of intricate lattices. Created by Simin Qiu, a student at London’s Royal College of Art, the product offers consumers three water flow nozzles, each with a unique set of geometric designs.

Winner of an iF Design concept award, the faucet is powered by the natural flow of water through a double turbine, which helps create the stunning patterns. The innovative use of physics helps conserve water by 15 percent, an extraordinary amount for such a luxurious faucet. Swirl, which Qui hopes to mass market in the near future, will add an elegant addition to your morning routine.

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