A Brief Look At The Different Levels Of Bathrooms
With the increase in population, the magnitude of man – made buildings has also increased. Singular shops have been replaced by malls and multiplex. Small scaled offices, government and private alike, have been replaced by large multi – storied buildings. A large number of gathering places have come into existence to support the large number of events, promotional and religious / ceremonial, that are conducted on regular bases. The introduction of various modes of communication means hordes of junction points have been constructed viz. metros, bus, railway station etc. And these architectures are incomplete without badkamers, or more commonly known as bathrooms.
Building a bathroom and setting it up is definitely a difficult task. It should not only look good but must be comfortable for the user as well! Some bathrooms have a Jacuzzis and saunas present in them, mainly for the comfort of the user. Different types of showers are also available nowadays. Some, with sensors as well. This indeed reduces the circuitry and wiring to a great extent. Taps with sensors have become very common nowadays. Heaters, both electric as well as solar ones are fitted in order to supply hot or warm water in the bathrooms.
Different Designs to Support Different Frequencies of Usage
Depending on the number of people who need to use the bathroom at a time and the nature of institution where the bathroom has to be built, the bathrooms, or badkamers, vary in size and design. A multiplex is used by consumers to surf through different brands to find the perfect option. This can take hours at a time and the consumers can frequently require the needs of a bathroom, or loo. A large scale office, which has rows of people seated from morning to evening, needs a bathroom with comparatively lesser magnitude. Houses need a bathroom for each room, equipped with all necessary features.
The necessary features include equipment to bath, pee and freshen up. A toilet a multiplex need more equipment to pee than freshen up. It does not require a place to bath as people come all dressed and ready at such places. Additionally, it needs a large open space to facilitate free movement of large number of people. Same goes for office bathrooms. A bathroom at Water Park would need more baths than anything else. Badkamers or bathrooms at homes are moderately sized and contain typically one bath, one commode and a small free space.