The freestanding FS3 shower system from VOLA represents a sense of freedom in the act of showering, and channels a sense of classic minimalism in its design.
May 5th, 2016
The FS3, part of VOLA’s freestanding family, channels the brand’s core principle of pure geometric design without sacrificing functionality. Designed as a means of bringing new thinking to the bathroom or outdoor washing space, walls and panels are no longer required for proper showering, which opens up new opportunities for design, blurring the line between bathroom and bedroom.
While the idea of an exposed shower, may suggest over-exposed machinery, this is not the case with the FS3, which employs a neat and minimal aesthetic, recalling Bauhaus design and totally representative of the VOLA brand.
Distinguished by its modernist, geometrical shape, the FS3’s water dispensing method is intended to mimic natural rainfall, creating a dramatic and arresting visual effect. Unlike natural rain though, intensity and temperature of the curtains of water can be easily adjusted.
The FS3 is available in high-polished chrome, brushed chrome or brushed stainless steel.
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