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Sisiodosi / faucet

Sisiodosi
Sisiodosi

'Shishi odoshi', the device for Japanese garden, is made to scare away birds and beasts before they can damage plants. Depending on the principle of a seesaw, a trickle of water flows into the upper end of a tube accumulates and eventually moves the tube's centre of gravity past the pivot point, causing the tube to rotate and dump out the water. The heavier end then falls back against the rock, making a sharp sound to scare away beasts. Using the principle of 'Shishi odoshi', we designed the faucet, 'SISIODOSI', modernly to save water and make a sound to warn the user about wasting water.

University

Hanyang Univ

Hanyang Univ
Ansan, South Korea

Design

Hanyang Univ

Hanyang Univ
Ansan, South Korea

Jin hyungjun Oh sungkyu Song woojung Kim hyojin