You would think after all these years, we have exhausted all of our ideas about reinventing a bathroom sink; but the examples below will prove that we are still capable of creating innovative and unique designs. There is an effortless fusion of function and artistic forms that make these sinks the focal point of any bathroom. These designs are not only beautiful to look at (almost like a piece of artwork) but also amazingly very functional. In no particular order, let’s look at Dzzyn’s 10 Of The Most Creative Bathroom Sink Designs Ever.
:: 1 :: KUB Sink by Victor Vasilev
This minimalist glass sink has an elegant Carrara marble stone, employed to enhance the product’s visual appeal, combined with an interesting junction of geometric shapes.
:: 2 :: Water Map by Julia Kononenko
Water Map Sink is a wooden basin in the form of a topographic map in which water flows through ducts like river channels.
:: 3 :: Ammonite Washbasin by HighTech
Inspired by the archaic beauty of ammonites, this unique design showcases the organic qualities of concrete.
:: 4 :: Wing by Ludovico Lombardi
Wing is a wall sink realized in Cristal plant as a continuous dynamic geometry frozen in its transition between the vertical and the horizontal planes. The solidity of the material and the sinuosity of the shape are generated with a dynamic simulation of a body pulled by the gravity.
:: 5 :: Erosion Sink By Gore Design Co.
All aspects of this topographic sink can be customized, from color and size to the shape and layout of the erosion pattern.
:: 6 :: Strappo Sink by Antonio Lupi
A washbasin that is able to merge with the surface where installed. The unique bathroom sink seems to look like a piece that is torn from the wall.
:: 7 :: Marrakesh Vitreous China Sink By Kohler
This sink is the epitome of when the old is now the new. Named for the ancient capital of Morocco, the Marrakesh tabletop was inspired by Moorish architecture found in this magical city that once served as a stop along a major trade route to the famous Timbuktu.
:: 8 :: Poor Little Fish by Yanlu
Poor Little Fish basin offers an emotional way to persuade consumers to think about saving water.
:: 9 :: Transparent Bottom Sink: Wildwood by Lago
The Wildwood all-in-one counter and sink has the appearance of forgetting the sink, but it’s just an illusion as the washbasin is created with transparent glass.
:: 10 :: ‘Eaux Eaux’ Sink by Joel Roberts
The ‘Eaux Eaux’, or ‘Water Water’ basins become crashing waves as the water from the fully integrated faucet touches down into the bowl. Unfortunately it’s just a concept. Roberts’ design was selected as a Finalist in Australia’s Bathroom Innovation Award 2011, a design competition sponsored by bathroom & plumbing products company Reece.