The water runs behind the faucets instead of into a sink.


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13 Aug 2017 04:09 - +6983
Everything else is wet in a public restroom, why not the entire counter?
13 Aug 2017 03:58 - +2828
Let that sink in
13 Aug 2017 04:02 - +2372
This bothers me so much but I have no idea why.
13 Aug 2017 06:42 - +1213
I think the more interesting feature is the abundance of paper towel dispensers, rather than having one near the door that everyone has to line up to use.
13 Aug 2017 06:06 - +624
Public restroom counters are soaking wet anyways. Might as well.
13 Aug 2017 04:46 - +575
I mean, it is kind of smart architecture, isn't it? Saves ton of money and doesn't look too bad either.
13 Aug 2017 07:15 - +355
u/WaterGuy12 should see this.
13 Aug 2017 05:20 - +102
Seems like it would splash all over your front.
13 Aug 2017 06:30 - +68
It's bothersome because you can't see the angle of the surface.
13 Aug 2017 04:25 - +57
I would want this in my house. I've never once needed to fill my bathroom sink with water
13 Aug 2017 06:49 - +51
These seem to be getting pretty common in the UK, and they are tilted downwards more than it looks in this picture. They're okay, as long as they leave enough space to fit your hands.
13 Aug 2017 09:02 - +39
I hate how washing your hands these days has turned into a 'where the f*** is the sensor on this thing' shitfest. GIVE ME MY HANDLE BACK
13 Aug 2017 08:53 - +27
WHERE AM I GOING TO PUT MY PURSE??
13 Aug 2017 08:58 - +22
"Shit, my ring fell off."
13 Aug 2017 07:28 - +21
Saw one of these in South Africa, couldn't quit wrap my mind around it for a second or so until I realised what it was, only issue I had was that the taps were too close to the shelf and my hands kept bumping the shelf/tap, pretty cool concept tho
13 Aug 2017 07:44 - +16
I bet it gets really nasty behind that groove.
13 Aug 2017 08:41 - +14
Bridgestone Arena? Nashville?
13 Aug 2017 09:28 - +11
Some poor bastard is going to set his keys down only to have them sail down that sink's backside.
13 Aug 2017 10:25 - +11
I hate this. It would be an absolute pain to clean the trough behind the faucets. Also, it offers no basins for when you need to submerge items completely. Also, I am officially my mother.
13 Aug 2017 09:09 - +9
I spent way too long trying to figure out where the water came out. I thought this was saying that the water comes out from somewhere behind the sink.
13 Aug 2017 07:10 - +8
these are so annoying. you just keep bumping your forearms into it
13 Aug 2017 09:23 - +8
Oh jeez I thought I was in r/crappydesign for a second
13 Aug 2017 08:57 - +8
/r/WeWantSinks
13 Aug 2017 08:29 - +7
Bridgestone arena?
13 Aug 2017 04:43 - +7
Just looking at this gives me a little anxiety.
13 Aug 2017 09:37 - +5
My city's event arena has had these for a couple of years. The first time I saw them I was drunk and i thought they forgot to install the hole for the sink. I wasn't sure if I let the water go everywhere or just not wash my hands. Ended up washing my hands, saw how the water drains, exclaimed "WHAAAAAAAAAT" in a public restroom, returned to my seat to excitedly tell every one else about it. 10/10 would use again.
13 Aug 2017 09:22 - +4
I can already feel my wet shirt from leaning against the sink
13 Aug 2017 09:43 - +4
I know I'm an asshole, but the first thing I'd do if i saw this is try to overflow it.
13 Aug 2017 08:41 - +4
Took me a second to actually understand what was going on...

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