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 bathroom fan to be both unobtrusive and functional.
The Invisible design incorporates a recessed exhaust fan into a bathroom’s wall, using ceramic tile to camouflage it against the rest of the wall.
When the fan is not needed, it recedes into the wall and is, just as the name promises, totally invisible other than its surrounding LED frame.
When you need the fan to remove moisture from the air, it pops out and air is drawn in through the vents on the sides. The fan only attracts attention when it is being used, which seems to us is the mark of an elegantly designed fixture.
More from the designer
Invisible fan wall mounted
Fan with LED light outline.
We are convinced that the fan should not
attract attention, not to be part of the interior,
reasonably well hidden, and ascetic, then we do not need
will it look to tie styles, it will be unnoticeable, and quality to perform its function
Bathroom, or interior which uses ceramic tiles created variant with depth of 10 mm at a thickness of tile
when the fan is closed nothing will distract your attention except frames – RGB LED indicator.
Air is drawn into the side slot, when the fan is open maximum an area side cracks the same size as front (face) of fan
About Michael Samoriz
“Industrial designer born in Ivano-Frankivsk, graduated from the Precarpathian University with a degree in interior design in 2005. He also works as designer and creative director of the Samoriz design, which focus is industrial and interior design. The studio has participated in many contests and exhibitions: Salone Satellite Moscow (2011-2012) with Millipede chair and Orb door handle concepts. Works of the studio are regularly published on foreign web sites and magazines on modern design: Dezeen, designboom, HQROOM, Freshome, Design Milk, Fubiz, detail, and Yanko Design, Salon, Archidea, and Pragmatika.”