Most bathrooms aren't used constantly. In the triangle house much of the circulation space that would usually be within a bathroom is placed on the outside.
2 toilets, 2 basins and 2 showers are accommodated. The most private functions (toilets and showers) are paired in two 'rooms' - one of which is reasonably conventional; the other, paradoxically, is only a room when the door is opened. The less private functions (basins) are located in what would be best described as cupboards.
In acknowledgement of time spent, the arrangement promotes the idea of sharing space, which becomes particularly relevant when space is scarce. The definition between 'rooms' is blurred, a hallway is a bathroom and a bathroom a hallway.
Posted 05.11.14 / 27.03.15