If you're like us, you spend a fair amount of time in the kitchen, and you're undoubtedly already aware of the fact that faucets usually leave plenty to be desired. They're often hideous, and are pretty inconveniently set up most of the time, too. This concept -- which has been fully produced as a prototype -- is made from a slab of Corian, and employs tap gestures for operation. Call us crazy, but we're ready to lay down some cash for one of these right now. Unfortunately, they're not for sale (at least not yet) but you can check it out further in the video below.
Touch interactive kitchen faucet: we'll take one
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