Faucet manufacturer Price Pfister celebrated 90 years in the faucet industry by asking industrial students to design the "faucet of the future."

The company asked students in the industrial design departments of Parsons School of Design in New York and Art Center School of Design in Los Angeles to participate in the competition. With 30 students contributing for nearly $20,000 in scholarship funds, the public and a panel of industry judges named Silas Beebe's "Water Go" entry to be the winning faucet.

To view the top 11 finalists, log on to www.pricepfister.com.