triflow tap by zaha hadid
triflow tap by zaha hadid triflow tap by zaha hadid
oct 02, 2009

triflow tap by zaha hadid

presented as prototype ‘tap of the future’ in january 09, the british company triflow showed the actual faucet production, designed by zaha hadid on the fairgrounds of 100% design london in september 09.

‘the tap of the future’ by zaha hadid for triflow

the design is a formal expression of the continuous flow of liquid – merging tap spout, body and handle in a seamless trajectory of curvilinear geometries. featuring triflow’s patented three-way technology; the filtered drinking water is delivered through a dedicated waterway thereby isolating it from the hot and cold water streams – controlled by the tap’s discreet handle. whilst a touch-sensitive electronic button activates the filtered water.

  • very spectacular. good for seldom applications as a kind of fancy sculpture in a snob’s bathroom.

    iMagot says:
  • I saw this on the stand @100%design it wasn’t at all my cup of tea, it seems to similar to other taps for a Zaha piece. But there’s definitely a market for it.

    thewhodio says:
  • More fashions welcome go to visit

    SD says:

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