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A sink for disabled people.
In fact, I've seen a man in a wheelchair who can't use sink because his arm can't reach sink.
So I wondered how to use the sink comfortably. I thought it would be possible to fix the swing type.
The universal sink in swing form has the advantage that disabled people, children, and senior citizens are readily available. It also enables intuitive use of water based on the touch sensor. Finally, this design allows everyone to have equal use.
Seoul city, South Korea