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Best Sustainable Bathroom

Casual Contemporary Bathroom by Ines Hanl

Relying on sustainable components and materials such as locally-built white concrete trough sink with recycled glass content, non-VOC bamboo plywood cabinets - built on-site, and a wall-hung low flow toilet, this bathroom is well-suited to this space that appears to be floating over the lake beyond. The clients wanted dual access to the room so that it can be a guest bath as well as the bathroom to a workout space. Ambient floor heat originating from a geothermal heat pump, also used as the water heater provides technical support to the sustainable approach, and a lighting system on different circuits and dimmers offers greater control and less electricity. A mirror that extends to the ceiling reflects natural and artificial lighting and a skylight invites natural light.

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Ines Hanl
The Sky is the Limit Design
780 Humboldt Street
Victoria, BC BC V8W 4A1 CA
phone (250) 882-5156
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Victoria, BC BC V8W 4A1 CA
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