LEVIS Faucet Concept

University project at FH Joanneum in cooperation with Grohe and Odörfer. Team: Mara Pöllinger, Luis Meixner, Daniel Brunsteiner A new way to wash your hands. With an integrated touch surface, LEVIS faucet is controlled by intuitive hand gestures. Visual feedback is provided by subtle LED backlights.

 
 
A new way to wash your hands.
 
With an integrated touch surface,
LEVIS faucet is controlled by
intuitive hand gestures. Visual feedback
is provided by subtle LED backlights.
Taking inspiration from nature, the design of LEVIS
was heavily influenced by the organic shapes of leaves
and grass blades, by the fluid, controllable motion of water
and by the self-cleaning properties of the Lotus flower.
Bathroom hygiene played an important role
in the design and the execution of LEVIS.


The idea was to create a faucet with no moving
parts and with clear and intuitive controls.
One-handed use is encouraged by an embedded
touch surface and responsive LED feedback,
which make LEVIS very intuitive and a joy to use.

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