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Re-Thinking the Bathroom: Who Needs It?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:14 AM
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Image Credit: Architypes TreeHugger founder Graham Hill is trying to radically reduce his footprint and live happily with less space, less stuff and less waste on less money, but with more design. He calls it "LifeEdited." Have you submitted an idea to the LIfeEdited project? One of the interesting design challenges is figuring out how to design an efficient, but practical bathroom. We shouldn't limit ourselves to cramming the shower, tub, sink and toilet all in the same space. When you walk into Le Corbusier's Villa Savoye , perhaps the most influential house of the twentieth century, what is the first thing that you see? A sink. It is a biblical reference, going back to Abraham and Jesus's washing of the feet of his disciples. But it also makes a lot of sense; when you come home (or greet guests) washing up is one of the first things that you do.... Read the full story on TreeHugger






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