Future-thinking faucets that are far from your standard models

The action of turning on a water faucet feels automatic to many homeowners. Rarely does a user look at the faucet for very long, instead focusing on getting what they need and moving to a different part of the home.

But Axon Design's project Waterdream urges designers to re-think the ordinary faucet and create something truly unique.

This year's participants created eye-catching designs. David Adjaye created a bronze and granite minimal faucet; Werner Aisslinger designed a clay faucet that focused on nature; Anna Lindgren and Sofia Lagerkvist took a playful approach by integrating steps into their design; GamFratesi took inspiration from meditation for their wooden faucet; and Studio Massaud created a faucet with geometric shapes and marble.

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