This is Future Living The Future Living house is a testament to the will of design. It took twenty six designers (a feat in itself) to create it. Every technologic leap was analyzed to make sure anything proposed was possible by 2050. It’s a paradigm shift in home resource creation and location. Water uses gravity to generate pressure. Energy is harvested from solar and wind apparatuses. Air, water and waste are cleaned using a living bio wall and everything is recycled when possible.
An original Thomas Crapper toilet with wall-hung 3-gallon "high" tank. Despite the name, and common belief, Crapper probably did not invent the siphoning toilet, but was one of its first industrial manufacturers. Thomas Crapper & Co. Ltd. has been producing bathroom fixtures continuously since 1861.
Danish artist Jeppe Hein‘s art installation the ‘Triangular Water Pavilion’ features two walls made of spy mirror glass and a wall of water. When a visitor moves close enough to the water wall, they activate a sensor and it falls, opening up to allow them to step inside the triangle. After they enter, the water starts flowing again, trapping the visitor in a space surrounded by mirrors and water.