Morphing Sink Mimics The Formlessness Of Water
The 'Water Table' concept takes form when being used and is flat when not.
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.
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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