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Ramo / Kitchen Faucet

Ramo
Ramo

The form of the faucet tap is inspired by the natural form of trees, it is representative of people’s yearn for nature in this age of fast urbanization. Therefore it takes the name “Ramo“ ,which means tree branches in Italian.The dual taps enable two people to use at the same time, with independent switches. The flow rate of water can be adjusted by turning the black part of the faucet left and right, the pendent handle controls the temperature of water by turning clockwise. The higher one is for washing taller objects and the lower one is for washing hands or dishes. Both of taps are available to be pulled out with extended hose.

University

Hochschule Wismar

Hochschule Wismar
wismar, Germany

CHRISTOPH MACHER,
Hochschule Wismar