In the Moscow series, designers from Society Particular extend the formal language of abstract art into practical work. Assembled from 4 individual plates , the underlying mechanism is an innovation of its kind in a market where faucets are either casted or machined.     
       
     
  Contrasting to a solid “planes” body, the delicate lever resonates “lines” in Constructivist drawings. Such design invites user to turn on the faucet with a single finger - an act that is more hygienic and almost ritual.
       
     
   In the Moscow series, designers from Society Particular extend the formal language of abstract art into practical work. Assembled from 4 individual plates , the underlying mechanism is an innovation of its kind in a market where faucets are either casted or machined.     
       
     

In the Moscow series, designers from Society Particular extend the formal language of abstract art into practical work. Assembled from 4 individual plates , the underlying mechanism is an innovation of its kind in a market where faucets are either casted or machined.

 

  Contrasting to a solid “planes” body, the delicate lever resonates “lines” in Constructivist drawings. Such design invites user to turn on the faucet with a single finger - an act that is more hygienic and almost ritual.
       
     

Contrasting to a solid “planes” body, the delicate lever resonates “lines” in Constructivist drawings. Such design invites user to turn on the faucet with a single finger - an act that is more hygienic and almost ritual.