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9. Solitary refugeThrough the use of courtyard-centric planning, Kumar Moorthy & Associates designed this house to combat the Delhi heat by optimising the benefits of the sun and air. The courtyard plays such an intricate part in the design that each ensuite bathroom has its own private court, and the connect with nature is never lost.Take a tour of this houseRead more:The Journey of Materials in Modern Architecture5 Indoor Pools That Lap Up All the AttentionTell us:Does the idea of an internal courtyard appeal to you? Share your thoughts in the Comments section.
Increase visibility with the right lightingNatural light is the best way to see those hidden pools of water. If you know there’s water on the floor, you will exercise more caution. This bathroom makes use of natural light during the day. In addition to other lights installed in the space, there are focussed pendant lights hanging atop the toilet seat for better reading and visibility during the darker hours. Read more:Which Vanity is Right for Your Bathroom?9 Extraordinary Basin DesignsTell us: Do you have more tips to make the bathroom slip-resistant? Share in Comments below.