two in one by julia kononenko combines shower + sink together two in one by julia kononenko combines shower + sink together
feb 20, 2014

two in one by julia kononenko combines shower + sink together

two in one by julia kononenko combines shower + sink together
all images courtesy of julia kononenko

 

 

 

‘two in one’ by ukrainian designer julia kononenko combines a shower head and a sink faucet together. the double-functioning object provides the option of switching between desired water flows, creating an integrated bathroom solution. when positioned above the sink, the rotating unit works like a regular tap, while set above the shower zone it changes its direction to disperse outwards. the entire construction is designed using clean lines and simple details, with the industrial-looking device offset by the use of warm, wooden materials.

 

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the ‘two in one’ by julia kononenko can be set as both a shower and basin tap

 


the adjustable unit can easily switch between its two functions with directed water flow

 


detail of the angular basin construction

 


diagram showing the movable device

 


construction of the ‘two in one’ by julia kononenko

 

 

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  • At least the maid will not have to wash down the glass shower enclosure. No stars.

    Jim

    JimCan says:
  • Love it, even the counterweight. Don’t change a thing. Cuts plumbing installation costs in half. But you might want a drain for the sink, possibly into the shower drain.

    Mort d'Urban says:
  • Rube Goldberg is alive but possibly a bit demented.
    I see a lot of dirty dusty surfaces to clean. Sculptural but not an improvement.
    Fun but not realistic?

    Ron Smith says:
  • No shower curtain? Wood basin? This will not go well.

    Ian Devenney says:

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