KWC DAN is a new concept faucet developed by NOA, a German-based product development company. The design is set to become KWC’s next iconic faucet line. Trendir showcases many minimalist bathroom fixtures but Dan is quite unique because it’s based on an entirely new concept. Imagine combining a spout, a pressure balance valve and a thermostatic control into one minimalist object resembling a flying disk, and you get a fascinating mechanism that reduces faucet design to its absolute essence. The flow rate and water temperature can be controlled precisely using two small sliders integrated into the disk. Subtle light signals on the disc indicate the various positions and functions. With its minimalist aesthetic, this curiosity causing faucet is distinctly suited to modern bathroom designs. More information: KWC.
This is the type of innovative projects that NOA is specializes in. You may have seen their other famous product designs such as this beautiful kitchen faucet with LED light, also for KWC, and this see-through bathtub for Hoesch, aptly named the Water Lounge.
The stainless steel disc flashing with tiny lights looks very sci-fi.