Designer Carlijn Compen upgraded her watertap with some LED's that shift color along with the heat of the water. A simple yet effective example of information decoration that will seamlessly fit in the ambient bathroom. I don't know whether the electricity for the LED's is generated by water power.
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Sink & Basin Faucets
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Koert van Mensvoort
I worry about the claims that might come from people who bought a colored tap and then burn their hands on transparent water at a tap that hasn't been upgraded. But anyhow, I've ordered a few of those deluxe models straight away. Thanks for the tips Martijn.
Arnoud van den Heuvel
So we have red for hot and blue for cold. So technically it must be possible to have a rainbow flowing from your tap. How I would love that. :) ...or green water for climate neutral.