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The Wind Rain Fire Shower Sucks Up Vapor for a Fresh Bathing Experience

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Sep 27, 2013 • References: bathroominnovation.au and yankodesign
You can have the bathroom exhaust fan working really hard while you're in the shower, but as soon as you open the door, condensation will form everywhere. The Wind Rain Fire Shower works to make the process of dehumidifying your washroom much more efficient by combining the fan with the faucet.

Chris Connell was the professional winner of the 2013 Reece Bathroom Innovation Award with this combination concept. Water sprays out through all of the little holes in the squared shower head and the hot, wet air is vacuumed up directly around the perimeter. If you have a fairly well sealed capsule, the moisture will hardly make it throughout the room once you've finished your rinse. Just jump out, wrap yourself in a toasty towel (off of the matching heated towel rack) and you'll see your reflection straight away.