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Once..twice..three times ablution

Words:
Jan-Carlos Kucharek

'Ribbon' water, soap and dryer faucets

What’s the collective noun for a gathering of vanity unit water, soap and dryer faucets? It’s a gaggle of geese, so a gurgle? Or a ‘douse’ of taps perhaps? Whatever it is, British designer Sebastian Conran’s been busy coming up with his ‘Ribbon’ range for Lovair – which bears a striking resemblance to Zaha’s Olympic pool diving boards. Maybe it could be a ‘Tom tap’ or a ‘Daley dispenser’? Finishing off with good old ‘Air Balding’. Hell – let’s just call it a ‘splash of Hadids’…

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