Han Chanhee has been announced the proud winner of red dot design awards 2010. The SEESAW faucet he showed up works like the up-and-down action of a seesaw. Designed in such a way that when the soap dispenser is pushed down from the neutral position to release soap, the tap on the other side gets raised up and the water does not flow down. It’s estimated that about 6 liters per 30 seconds water gets wasted in the process of washing hands. The Seesaw faucet is designed with the aim to prevent water wastage. This stylishly smart faucet helps you save water that otherwise goes down the drain while you apply soap to your hands. It’s a concept for now but surely, we would love to see the SeeSaw faucet in our green homes.
Via: Red dot