01 June 2010

Where's the value in an innovation no one can clean?

This is the new Polhedra series from Franke.




They sure are interesting but how does one clean a sink with a faceted bottom? Seriously. I'm all about innovation and new ways to approach old problems, but this strikes me as something that causes problems that didn't exist before.

Trendir tells me that I can read all about it on Franke's website but I can't find a mention of it. Again, where's the value in this innovation?

13 comments:

  1. that sink looks sharp in both senses of the word... Why are our appliances trying to harm us?

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  2. It's a sign of the times Jane. Things everyone once assumed were benign are now anything but.

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  3. This sink is for the same people who have Viking or Wolf ranges and don't cook.

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  4. I think this goes a step beyond "I don't cook" and it says something like, "Ask me to cook and I will cut you."

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  5. Hmm. Maybe this one's a product of the Just Because You Can Doesn't Mean You Should department.

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  6. I'll say Becky, it looks like an undercounter tumor.

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  7. What you guys said. Paul, I enjoyed your posts over the weekend - the what story do you want to tell series. Really good.

    Sharon

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  8. Yowch. This might even say, "Ask me to clean and I will cut you."

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  9. Hey watch it Raina, I have a Viking cooktop and I do cook.....ohhhh....that's why all the lettering rubbed off. No one told me I wasn't supposed to use the bloddy thing. Oops.

    Oh and the sink......ugh. It's supposed to be for washing dishes not for UFO's to land, right?

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  10. Deborah: Hah! Good one!

    V: I defy anybody to wash anything in that sink.

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  11. I think those sinks are really cool looking.

    I am not sure I understand your point about cleaning it...what is this strange word 'cleaning' you seem to be throwing around. ;-)

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