Designer Jean-Michel Gauvreau has brought to us the Zen Garden Sink. Which, if you can't tell, is a sink that has plants growing in it for a very short period, then transforms into a sink that has dead plants rotting in it for a longer time. Sure it looks pretty cool, but come on Jean-Michel, there isn't any mention of a filter or anything that would indicate that real plants might stand a chance. As a strict sink urinator, I imagine my good fortune bamboo plant would be dead by the afternoon the sink was installed.
Zen Garden Sink Kills Plants in Style [ohgizmo]
This is a sink that uses water from a fishbowl to wash your hands. If you drain too much, you kill the fish. HA -- LIKE ANY OF YOU WASH YOUR HANDS AFTER USING THE BATHROOM ANYWAYS! I'm serious ladies, most guys are disgusting. If you did a survey of what percentage of men w... / Continue →
The Abisko Washbasin from Eumar isn't even a basin. It's a freaking waterslide. A waterslide sink that drains onto the floor. How hilarious would it be if some bar installed this thing and forgot to put in the drain? Or even better -- you clogged it with a bunch of paper to... / Continue →
The Gessi ceiling-mounted faucet is mounted to the ceiling because walls are boring. You control the flow with a little joystick (or optional remote) and they probably cost a fortune. Especially if you don't already have water pipes running in your ceiling. Still, I like the... / Continue →