Morphing Sink Mimics The Formlessness Of Water

Morphing Sink Mimics The Formlessness Of Water
Design

The 'Water Table' concept takes form when being used and is flat when not.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 19 november 2010

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Designer Sophie Mensen has created a sink that adapts the formlessness of water; it takes on the shape of a sink when used, and morphs into a table when not.

Mensen explains:

My Watertable is derived on the formlessness of water; a finite thing having an infinite range of appearance or expressions because of its inseparable relationship to other things.

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