This faucet concept caught my attention due to its unique water-saving design.
Designed by Chanhee Han, the SEESAW faucet incorporates the up and down of a seesaw with water in the left and soap on the right playing opposite each other.
When the soap dispenser on the right side is pushed down from the neutral position to release the soap, the tap on the other side is raised and its flow is prevented.
Han estimates this simple step can save 6 liters per 60 seconds. That’s a lot of water.
For now, this is just a concept for public washrooms.