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Shelf Life flows water like a spring in your bathroom

The modern living spaces in city apartments are getting smaller by the day and people are looking for multifunctional products that neatly slip in less area without restraining the utility of the product. Combining two different bathroom fixtures, i.e. a water faucet and a shelf, into one purposeful unit, designer David Goss has come up with a unique bathroom object named the “Shelf Life” that apart from being functional also give a refreshing look to your bathing space.

Drawing inspiration from stone fountains and timber spouts of Japanese thermal springs, the Shelf Life integrate the faucet and valve mechanism elegantly within a simple rectangular shelf that flows water as if it is sprouting directly from a natural spring. Featuring a simple but at the same time unique design, the Shelf Life places the faucet liver neatly on top of the shelf, which you can use to place or display different bathroom objects.

Winner of the Reece Bathroom Innovation Award, the Shelf Life is made using a single material that varies according to the design and dimension of different bathrooms.  Designed to achieve clarity and visual unification, the utility bathroom fixture gives a whole new dimension to the bathroom fixtures.

Source: Cargocollective

 

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