Neo-Metro and Dyson announced their new bathroom sink, the Dyson Airblade Tap, at the 2014 Dwell on Design Conference in Los Angeles last month and while the design may be perfect for commercial needs, anyone concerned with cleanliness and the environment will probably want one in their house as soon as possible. Not only does the sink feature a sleek modern look, it eliminates the need for hand towels or separate drying systems by integrating an air dryer within the tap, promising to dry your hands in 14 seconds.
Calling itself "the most hygienic hand dryer," the design's fully-integrated 1400W motor was seven years in the making and is strong enough to pull in 28 liters of air a second through its HEPA filter (which removes up to 99.9 percent of bacteria from the air). Plus, since you're drying your hands right at the sink, you won't have to deal with getting water all over the floor as you move for a hand towel.
For anyone who is thinking about installing this in their luxury resort, it's apparently way more cost effective than the separate sink/dryer designs. "The Dyson Airblade Tap hand dryer costs up to 69% less to run per year than other hand dryers, and up to 97% less than paper towels." Helping reduce waste and conserve energy make this eco-friendly sink a pretty big deal.