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LINK SINK / Island table

LINK SINK
LINK SINK

water in a limited area since a sink and a faucet are installed on a restricted area. is a Island table with water source to help an inconvenience of limited using of water. But this was not enough. We designed a new Island table to solve supplying water without restriction.
A "Link Sink" is structured with a moving faucet on a slide rail installed on a ceiling. Not only you can move the position of that faucet, also you can pull it as much as you want. We designed this Link Sink to maximize your kitchen experience. The Link Sink also has multiple drainage system so, you can use water even when you are dining.

University

MyongJi University

MyongJi University
Seoul, South Korea

KYUNG MIN ROH,
MyongJi University

JI WOO KIM,
MyongJi University