Shower Curtain Inflates With Spikes To Limit Water Consumption

Shower Curtain Inflates With Spikes To Limit Water Consumption
Design

The design from artist Elisabeth Buecher activates inflatable spikes if someone takes too long of a shower

Zack Palm
  • 26 september 2017

Have a roommate who spends too much time in the shower? Install this shower curtain to have it inflate a series of spikes to help limit a person’s shower and limit the amount of water someone uses.

The spikes activate once four minutes have elapsed following the start of a shower. When they inflate, they effectively push the individual showering away from the water and force them to cease their activities. This could get extremely annoying, but it was created to assist someone to learn how to take faster showers and to help them understand how much water they waste. This unique design was created by artist Elisabeth Buecher.

Buecher named the piece “My Shower Curtain is a Green Warrior,” to raise awareness about how much water gets wasted when someone takes a shower.

Elisabeth Buecher

Have a roommate who spends too much time in the shower? Install this shower curtain to have it inflate a series of spikes to help limit a person’s shower and limit the amount of water someone uses.

+Art
+Arts & Culture
+Design
+Raise Awareness
+shower
+Sustainability
+Sustainability
+waste

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