A few nice best bathroom architecture images I found:
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The post-war complex was designed in the 1950s by British firm Chamberlin, Powell and Bon – a team of three young architects who had recently established their reputation by winning the the 1951 design competition for the nearby Golden Lane Estate.
With its coarse concrete surfaces, elevated gardens and trio of high-rise towers, the Barbican Estate offered a new vision for how high-density residential neighbourhoods could be integrated with schools, shops and restaurants, as well world-class cultural destinations.
The architects – Peter Chamberlin, Geoffry Powell and Christoph Bon – sought to create a complex that created a clear distinction between private, community and public domains, but that also allowed pedestrians as much priority as cars…
The site had been left almost entirely demolished by bombing during the second world war, so the architects were tasked with developing an entire city plot from scratch.
Designs were finalised in 1959, construction extended through the 60s and 70s, and the complex was officially opened by the queen in 1982.
The basis for the design came from a vision for a podium, a car-free realm raised up over the city’s busy streets to allow visitors and residents to explore the site on foot.
Brick pathways indicate different routes, while landscaped gardens and lakes offer a pleasant outlook for residents.
Flats were distributed between three 43-storey towers – known as Shakespeare, Cromwell and Lauderdale – and a series of 13 seven-storey blocks. Aimed at young professionals, the residences feature simple layouts with compact kitchens and bathrooms.
Sharon PA ~ Victorian Stone Mansion on The Hill
Image by Onasill ~ Bill Badzo
This mansion is now being offered for sale on eBay. The grand home, built in 1890, features no less than 22 rooms (not counting many bathrooms) , 8 fireplaces, and 16,000 square feet of living space (yes, that’s 16 thousand). The beginning minimum bid was apparently set at just 0,000. At the time of this posting, with less than 10 days to go in the auction, there was only one further bid — which raised the sale price to 0,100. Sure, the house has apparently been divided into apartments and certainly must need some restoration & updates, but the price seems very fair for such a grand, story-book abode.From the write-up on the eBay listing: “This beautiful Victorian Stone Mansion has lots of potential. Most recently was six apartments but is better suited for other uses
Hillside Lodge – Gaslight Village – Wyoming County – New York – Former Spa out of Field Stones
Image by Onasill ~ Bill Badzo
The historic and beautifully maintained revival-style mansion was built in 1851 and occupies 29+ acres. There are 24 rooms including 7 guest bedrooms, 8 full bathrooms and private living quarters on the 3rd floor. Comes with a fully furnished gourmet kitchen. Banquet facility can accomodate up to 200. An octagon banquet hall provides additional opportunities for the owner and adds to the splendor of the structure. There is a cottage with 3 private bedrooms as well as 3 additional structures. The inn is situated in the charming Gaslight Village of Wyoming, NY which features quaint shops and the Appleumpkin Fall Harvest Festival. Letchworth State Park (the “Grand Canyon of the East”) is just a stone’s throw away, where there are many activities such as hiking, hot air ballooning, museums, historical sites and much more! Rochester, Buffalo and Niagara Falls all within about an hour’s drive from this location, giving the new owner access to approximately 2 million people in a 60 mile radius. An hour’s drive (or less) from these cities brings you back to the restful elegance of the Hillside Inn.
Historic Hillside Inn mansion built in 1851. Formerly both a spa in the 1850?s, to private residence, to Bed & Breakfast. Twenty four fully furnished rooms (7 which are guest rooms) with 8 full bathrooms, 13 fireplaces, private living quarters on the 3rd floor of the main house are loaded to the rafters with history and charm. An octagon banquet hall as well as 3 additional structures add to the grandeur of this 29+ acre estate. Could be used for a private estate or Commercial. Visited by Susan B Anthony, The Roosevelt’s, and many other historic figures. Mineral water stream on the premises with natural granite. This site is truly picturesque with beautiful surroundings and loaded with history.688
Gas lamps still illuminate western N.Y. village of Wyoming