3T | Hugon Kowalski of H3AR

• November 11, 2009

Polish architect Hugon Kowalski of H3AR has designed a contemporary bathroom mixer, named it as 3T due to it’s 3 triangles.

+ Description courtesy of H3AR

Inspired by ice crevasse, it’s simplicity, elegance, naturally broken homogeneity. My bathroom mixers have cuboid shape cut by three straight at an angle of 60.

That’s create three triangles (30*-90*-60*). First triangle is used to control water temperature. Mid triangle (resolve technical problems) allows to faucet deflexion. Thrid triangle helps us to faucet deflexion which at an angle of 45 turns on water ( bigger water jet with deflexion at an angle 60).

+ Project data

Project: 3T
Architect: Hugon Kowalski of H3AR
Design year: 2009
Design: Mixer

3T H3AR  plusMOOD 1 595x833 3T | Hugon Kowalski of H3AR

3T, image courtesy of H3AR

3T H3AR  plusMOOD 2 595x892 3T | Hugon Kowalski of H3AR

3T, image courtesy of H3AR

3T H3AR  plusMOOD 3 595x892 3T | Hugon Kowalski of H3AR

3T, image courtesy of H3AR

3T H3AR  plusMOOD 4 595x892 3T | Hugon Kowalski of H3AR

3T, image courtesy of H3AR

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Category: Design, Industrial

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