The student has developed a new design of the crane, which saves water, turning the stream into a beautiful pattern

Simin Qiu, a design student at London's Royal College of Art, created a revolutionary new faucet that not only looks gorgeous, but also saves water by turning a stream of water into an elegantly twisted spiral.

The secret of the construction is that the flow of water, passing between a double turbine, splits into streams, which then twist into elegant spirals, creating a sophisticated and beautiful water grid at the outlet. In this case, the turbine limits the flow of water by 15%, so that the use of such a crane will mean saving resources and money. Three different types of nozzles will allow users to choose which particular water saving mode they prefer.

The crane is controlled by a touch button on its surface, which fits perfectly into the overall elegant structure of the design.



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