A kitchen sink that can disappear

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Tipic’s Tulèr kitchen for Offmat features a counter made from a quartz composite that has a number of technologies built into the stone. The counter includes a sink with a base that sits flush with the top when not in use to make it seem like part of the surface. A motion sensor is embedded under the surface of the stone, and is activated by waving a hand over it. This triggers the base to lower and the tap to activate automatically. Further gestures can be used to control the temperature and flow of the water.

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