Designer attempted to create a piece that changes the perception of hand sanitisation entirely. The Hudōr Faucet, incorporates a system that allows the user a “hands-free washing experience” so to speak, by integrating a motion detector, an easily replaceable liquid soap dispenser and a bacteria disinfectant black light.
The faucet’s uncommon design focuses on simplicity.
The object utilizes carbon composites that act as a shell for the main base of the mixer. The circular ring element, consists of tempered glass, which incases 2 aluminium rings. Each of which have a certain perform. One of these rings, homes several spouts, which produce soft jets of water in a variety of directions. The other ring homes a black light, which is used to sterilize/ sanitize the consumers hands of bacteria while they are being washed. A tiny infrared movement sensor is positioned at the base of the spout ring, which detects motion from the consumer, engaging and disengaging the water jets. An very easily accessible liquid soap dispenser is positioned at the rest of the housing. This is infused with the water as it escapes from the various spouts. A simplified temperature adjustment rail is located in the front of the base.