Iceland is known throughout the world as a country of contrasts: fire and ice and a landscape that is dominated by the mercilessness of nature.
It’s only natural that a courageous and visionary Icelandic designer would want to exalt the contrasts in a truly unique installation. Built on the Icelandic volcano Krafla near Lake Myvatn, the shower (which includes an emergency toilet) is completely functioning and is heated entirely thanks to local hydro and geothermic energy. Krafla crater measures almost 10km, with a 90km crevice, and is 818 meters tall at its highest point.

Wondering if it’s active? Absolutely, with 29 registered eruptions.
There are no numbers available on how many tourists enjoy this unique service, but they are surely few even though it includes one of the most magnificent views in the world.

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