We are surrounded by modern and befitting accessories throughout our homes. But somehow, no one has paid attention to the most important but somehow left out accessory in our kitchen. Yes, the good old water purifier. In an endeavor to revamp the conventional bulky structure adorned for ages, comes Conecto, a vibrant and smart designer take on water purifiers.
A smart make from Seoul-based industrial design studio Superkomma, Conecto comes across as an environmentally conscious product. Being slender, compact and attractive, spells out the details of this water purifier. Modeled using folding metal plates to fit into compact spaces, the design aims to go well into any corner of your house, and not just the kitchen.
The mechanics within are kept simple as this water purifier benefits from operating exclusively on water pressure without the need to plug it in. In return, the quotient of maximizing space efficiency is achieved by the removal of unsightly electric wires.
The vibrant metal purifier is locked in securely using molding techniques and displays indicative laser markings on the filter. A shallow tray sits right on its top, good enough to hold your reusable cups or medicine bottles.
Conectos’ pastel blue color is enticing and in contrast to the used age-old bulky white purifiers. A design no bigger than a bundle of A4 paper, presents the users with the liberty to install it anywhere.
To compliment your modular indoor aesthetes with this compact and stunning product, visit Superkommas’ Conecto official website.
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