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Lucite and Glass Faucet

 Hego Water Design Lucite and Glass Faucet

This is one of the prettiest faucets I have seen. It would be a thing of beauty in a Powder or Guest Bathroom. It is made from glass with lucite handles. When the faucet is opened, the water comes out from the bottom and fills the vase up to the rim. A limited edition to bring an air of poetry to the bathroom.

Design Davide Vercelli for Hego Water Design Italy

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46 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh! that is one of the prettiest things I have seen in a long time. What a beautiful concept.

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  2. Oh my I love that, not sure about the handles though, seem out of scale or would be difficult to turn...

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  3. I love that!! What a great idea thank you for sharing. I would have so much fun changing up the flowers in the vase.

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  4. this is very pretty.it is so nice the water comes out from the bottom and fills the vase. wow

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  6. Beautiful! really different but in a very lovely way, thanks!

    Kit

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  7. This is great Patricia. As you said would be ideal for a guest bath.

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  8. That is insanely clever and beautiful! Would think it would make for a fantastic conversation piece in a powder room.

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  9. What a stunning idea. I agree this would be fabulous in a powder room. So unexpected your guests would be delighted to see it!

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  10. Love the look of it definitely but does not seem very practical or "green". Looks though to clean, probably takes time to fill up and the handle do not seem very "user" friendly but all that said if in a powder room then... the wow factor makes it all okay. Beautiful piece nonetheless.

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  11. Quite pretty! I imagine it would look gorgeous with flower petals in it, too.

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  12. Wow, very beautiful!

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  13. Very interesting.

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  14. Beautiful faucet...i will keep it for my files. Hope all is well and looking forward to seeing you in NY...Francine

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  15. What a beautiful and unique fixture. I've never seen anything like it. My first thought, however, was that my two cats would find this faucet very amusing. They love to poke their noses into glasses of water or vases and get as close to water as possible without getting wet!

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  16. Hi Patricia!

    That is haute! Wow!

    xx-

    Michelle

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  17. I've never seen anything like it... love it!

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  18. that is really cool, those have got to be fake flowers. also, a good idea is to always make sure the heat is on in your house :)

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  19. This is amazing! I love Italian Beauty! I just found your wonderful website! I am going to add you to my blogroll! Stop by if you get a chance! www.simplydefineddesign.blogspot.com
    Best, Connie
    P.S. Coco before Chanel was one of my favorites from the year too! Did you see An Education?

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  20. I wonder if one hadn't used the bathroom for a while (constipated? on vacation?) if the water sitting in the center would get cloudy? It is truly beautiful, however, and leave it to the Italians to think of something so whimsy!

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  21. oi! I've never seen anything like it! Really nice! Just had to smile when I saw that! Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful sunday!
    Greetings from Norway and Masy

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  22. Wow Patricia, this is just beautiful. Love it!! Have never seen anything like this design!

    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  23. I found your blog last night and really like your choice of color and design. Although I am an altered artist, I feature a blog a day on my blog. I try to feature those art blogs that go beyond the range of paper, metal, and fabric arts that I dabble in. I have chosen to spotlight your blog today (Mar 19). Thank you for sharing your lovely and colorful blog.

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  24. Yes yes yes, your blog ..... it's amazing and soooo inspiring.

    Nice to find you!

    A small footprint from Agneta & Sweden

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  25. Okay...now that's just about the coolest thing I've seen in a long time. It's one of those "why didn't I think of that" products!

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  26. wow... so unusual... what a work of art... hope this finds you well xx

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  27. AMAZING!!! Soooo unique!!!

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  28. Fantastic idea! The design is brilliant.

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  29. Stunning. I am bookmarking this! So so lovely.

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  30. what a genius idea for a faucet! and beautiful!

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  31. Such an interesting faucet! Really cool.

    COCOCOZY

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  32. Wow that is beautiful! What a great idea. It would make any bathroom or sink beautiful and unique.

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  33. Anonymous8/4/10

    Can you tell me where to find this beautiful lucite faucet????
    I have to have one!

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  34. Please see web-site listed in the Post and contact the Company directly for availability in your area:
    http://www.hegowaterdesign.it/contatti.php?width=1280

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  35. i hope you had a beautiful Easter.
    i love the fixtures!!!
    xx

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  36. I LOVE this faucet! I am putting it on my "Must Have" List. Thanks Patricia for your great interior design ideas and product information.

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  37. What a great idea.

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  38. That's excellent idea.. Love it!

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  39. Love the look of it, but I wouldn't want this in my house. Water temperature control would be a nightmare.

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  40. Davide Vercelli26/4/10

    Hi Patricia,
    I'm the designer of the glass faucets you have in your blog (great Blog and great works...)

    I'm sending invitation for the debut of Liberositle my new Forniture Brand; please if you are in Italy for the fair Salone del Mobile take a a tour.
    Otherwise visit the website www.liberostile.it

    Warm regards.

    Davide

    Davide Vercelli
    Studio di progettazione e disegno industriale

    Headquarter
    45° 48' 39" NORD
    8° 15' 58" EST
    Varallo (VC)
    Via B.te Garibaldi, 60

    Branch Office
    Milano
    P.zza del Duomo, 17

    www.davidevercelli.it
    info@davidevercelli.it

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  41. Love it all! I have been looking for inspiration and have found here!
    http://www.onedesignconcept.com.sg

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  42. While very attractive, where is the hot water mixed in? Maybe the center metal rod/pipe? Could be detrimental to flowers....

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  43. What an innovative idea! Thanks for sharing...

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  44. Wow!This is awesome faucet,It adds a touch of elegance to your bathroom.Thanks for the share I will suggest this to my mom so that she will replace my faucet in our bathroom.

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  45. I saw this Faucet at the Bologna fair in Italy last year, in fact I saw the prototype of it's replacement. Safe to say this one tap had queues out the door!

    Interestingly though, in terms of usage it takes ages to fill up so it's not the most user friendly of faucets!

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  46. I'm really want to have one.What a beautiful.

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