Stream: A Smarter Way for Kids to Wash Their Hands

Stream: A Smarter Way for Kids to Wash Their Hands

Joelle Alcaidinho
Dec 14, 2009

Stream, a concept from Brazilian based Baita design, is a wall module made from Corian that was created with kids in mind. The designer sought to solve the problem of lifting her daughters to the faucet to wash their hands and created Stream as something that would solve this problem in a very stylish way.

We love the clean lines and curves of this design and think it would look great in a modern bathroom. Since the structure is made out of Corian it is also durable and easy to clean, a must in a bathroom fixture! Having seen the issue many small children have with being able to reach the faucet, we think this is a very interesting and stylish solution to that problem.

Stream comes ready to install in a bathroom, replete with integrated light, mirror, and molded sink, five shelves, and a specially designed step that allows kids to wash their own hands without help.

Sure you could just use a step stool, but would that look as nice? What do you think, is this an interesting idea?

[via The Design Blog]

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