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December 23, 2005

Watür — Water Door


From the website:

    A functional door formed by constantly falling water which pushes for a redefinition of boundaries and obstacles by forcing one to choose to be denied or refused access.

    Ideal use: gardens, bath house, pool house, spa.


    The Watür is standard door width.


    Custom door sizing available at additional cost.

Designed by Daniel Harper


for Elseware (dan@elsewareinc.com).

[via AW].

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Tracked on Dec 24, 2005 3:36:01 AM


Maybe if you put 10,000 volts through it....

Posted by: colten | Dec 23, 2005 4:56:21 PM

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