Australian bathroom design company Paco Jaanson have designed a quirky new product to help Australians save water in the bathroom.
November 21st, 2008
Innovative Australian company Paco Jaanson have designed another winner for the bathroom: the ‘DROP shower’, a quirky, water saving shower head for the design and environmentally conscious.
The ‘DROP shower’, by Italian designer Giulio Iacchetti, has the practical benefits of water saving with a splash of fun for the bathroom or poolside. Inspired by the shape of a water droplet, it manages to sidestep kitsch through its undeniable efficiency: using only 40 litres of water for a standard five-minute shower.
Unlike other showerheads that can easily corrode and rust, the ‘DROP shower’ is made from Silicone – an ecologically friendly material with a resistance to oxygen, and (if you’re a pool enthusiast) ozone and sunlight. It is non-stick to prevent the build up of lime scale, and is a non-toxic and guilt-free way to enjoy your shower time.
With a dash of irony and colour, the ‘DROP shower’ is an exciting new product in bathroom design from Paco Jaanson.
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