I've used two turbines to create the effect, with one making the water flow clockwise and the other anticlockwise. Trajan's Column is a white shade in homage to the plaster cast of the Roman Triumphal column dating from the 1st century AD, and Reuben Red reflects the rouge used in Victorian fabrics.
Those fed up with the Danish hygge theme (taking pleasure in the ordinary) and feeling over-heated in candle-laden homes will welcome the trend for concrete, with its slick, cool outlook.
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The tap is operated by touching a switch on the top.
Mr Qiu says the desing allows water to come out at the same pressure as a standard faucet but uses less water.
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