蛍照 水輪

washbowls  designed by Minami

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Masahiro Minami

Masahiro Minami 2

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Keishou 蛍照 + Suirin 水輪, the gorgeous and world’s first translucent (LED) ceramic washbowls, by Japanese product designers Michio Akita (Keishou)  and Masahiro Minami (Suirin). Produced by Souhougama, who originally developed and patented the translucent ceramic technology.

via spoon and tamago

eco toilets

 

An innovative toilet-to-garden process turning waste into resource, in Haiti’s camp for the internally-displaced.

via AlJazeera

bent


Fold bathroom faucet designed by Lorenzo Damiani for Ceramica Flaminia. It is inspired by bent chrome pipes that are usually considered as a flaw.
Found here.

Little Plastic Deaths


The new photo series Little Plastic Deaths by Mariel Clayton (previously posted here) available at 5 Pieces Gallery.
Found here.

flying saucer

well, it certainly looks like one but it is not: look at the next image and surprise yourself with the inventiveness of contemporary designers!

you can order it here (and while you do , have a look at the item description as adds suspense and value at the flying saucer)

the ancient craft of lace-making


Deluxe toilet paper by unknown designer, found here.

urinal imperial

pink orchid front

Pink Orchid Urinal by San Francisco based artistClark Sorensen.
Check out all his urinal sculptures here.

I love to do the dishes

A spectacularly situated concrete sink designed by William Massie in Big Belt House in Montana.

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