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Would you use this WC?!


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2 hours ago, wingless said:

Struggling to understand why the toilet is surrounded by glass walls.

 

Beautiful home.

 

That bathroom would be great for someone w/ the modesty of James King in the Will Ferrell movie Get Hard.

That is what I am trying to understand also :)))))

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The other waaay cool thing is the huge step down shower / tub / (probably spa) instead of a step over tub.

 

Interesting that the stone wall doesn't go all the way to the ceiling, so how is that toilet / tub drain properly vented?

 

What is that white cylinder hanging down from the ceiling?

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Looks nice, but I'd never be able to keep it clean.  😀

 

I wonder if the glass is a one-way type affair, offering privacy from the outside.  Otherwise, it would take someone especially comfortable to use the tub or the toilet.

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Amazing bathroom.  The step down shower is very cool, but yes with all the glass, it would be a pain to keep clean.  Plus the toilet situation, not sure about that.  My luck I would have a night out at Taco Bell and then the next morning it would kick in and my in-laws would walk around the corner on the deck.  

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3 hours ago, wingless said:

The open glass door is shown against the wall in front of the toilet, can still see through back to back glass, so not one way.

 

Sorry, I didn't word that correctly.  The toilet area itself is clear, but I wonder if the external glass panes are one way.  Regardless, that bathroom would require someone very confident and brave to use.

 

I just imagine having a rough night after drinking and eating too much.  This wouldn't work for me as a bathtub or bucket is sometimes required next to the toilet.  🤮

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4 hours ago, wingless said:

The other waaay cool thing is the huge step down shower / tub / (probably spa) instead of a step over tub.

 

Interesting that the stone wall doesn't go all the way to the ceiling, so how is that toilet / tub drain properly vented?

 

What is that white cylinder hanging down from the ceiling?

I just found it online, I really don't know what that white thingy is. 

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20 hours ago, wingless said:

The other waaay cool thing is the huge step down shower / tub / (probably spa) instead of a step over tub.

 

Interesting that the stone wall doesn't go all the way to the ceiling, so how is that toilet / tub drain properly vented?

 

What is that white cylinder hanging down from the ceiling?

You would love the sunken bath then

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People in those amazing houses certainly don't care about the water / electric bill costs to fill those huge bath tubs.

 

Too bad they are not also woke (in addition to rich) to care about the waste of resources (clean water and energy) just to plop their body into a tub.

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22 minutes ago, wingless said:

People in those amazing houses certainly don't care about the water / electric bill costs to fill those huge bath tubs.

 

Too bad they are not also woke (in addition to rich) to care about the waste of resources (clean water and energy) just to plop their body into a tub.

I agree, I would partially filter the used water in the bath and use it for green house or for a fish pond. 

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3 hours ago, Altan said:

You would love the sunken bath then

 

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Hopefully they would have designed / installed a remote proportioning mixing valve for the ceiling waterfall shower.

 

The time lag from twisting the valve at the tub to adjusted temperature drops hitting the body would be unusably excessive.

 

Also, the water drops exiting the shower head will be cooling on that looong distance from the cathedral ceiling.

 

It may be the only way for something like this to work is on/off w/ no adjustment at the tub. Just set the output temperature, perhaps using a tankless heater for the best guess setpoint.

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