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    Invisible Fans 1 Industrial Design Concept Inspiration

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    Invisible Fans by Michael Samoriz for Umbra Design

  • Ceanna Pins

    nvisible Fans Exhaust fans in bathrooms are a necessary evil that many interior designers struggle with. There is a way to make them invisible and completely disappear when not in use. Venti appears to be a regular tile on the outside, but is in fact a fan! Simply pop it open when you need it. Intuitive and functional is what I like to call it.

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Exhaust fans may be a necessary part of bathroom design, but they are also a decidedly unattractive part. Designer Michael Samoriz invented the Invisible wall-mounted fan to be both unobtrusive and functional. Here the fan is integrated into the wall with ceramic tile to help camouflage the fan.