Adaptations, 1996
     
  Adaptations Tap   Adaptations Shower   Adaptations Toilet  
Adaptations:

A series of sanitary add-ons which adjust existing products to take account of contemporary ecological demands. Not discarding an old product, nor producing a new product.

Tap: the tap only provides water when the handle is pushed backwards.
Shower: the water begins to flow once the showerhead is in position.
Toilet: a valve system channels water from the wash basin to the cistern for flushing.

See also exhibition: re-f-use