Brackenbury HouseContemporary Bathroom, London

Tim Crocker, Agnese Sanvito, Charles Hosea, Neil Dusheiko

Design ideas for a contemporary bathroom in London with a wall-mounted sink, a built-in bath, a built-in shower, a wall mounted toilet and grey tiles. —  Houzz
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Julie Butterworth added this to A Beginner’s Guide to Roof Windows, Rooflights and Skylights5 February 2019

What about Building Regulations? “Loft-level rooflights need to have a minimum U-value of 1.6 W/m²K,” says Marienne. The U-value is a measure of insulation: the lower the U-value, the better insulated the window unit. “Rooflights need to be double-glazed to a certain specification and Window Energy Rating, and be fitted in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.”There are also stipulations for rooflights and skylights in ground-floor extensions. “The total area of glazing – windows, doors and rooflights, old and new – cannot exceed 25% of the new floor area,” Marienne says. “This is to avoid excessive heat loss or gain. If you exceed this allowance, you need to treat the space as a ‘highly glazed extension’.” “Anything around Building Regulations will generally fall under the remit of your chosen professionals,” Mark says. “That said, if you look for rooflights with outstanding insulation values, most applications will be compliant with building control approval.”

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Bubbles Bathrooms added this to How to Magic Up More Space in Your Bathroom17 July 2017

11 Let the sun shine in If you prefer the light to filter in from the ceiling, it might be useful to consider a skylight rather than a regular window.

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houseology added this to 10 Easy Ideas for Brightening a Dark Bathroom7 September 2016

Reach for the starsIf your bathroom is directly under a roof, consider fitting a skylight. A powerful source of light, they’re a sleek and contemporary addition to your home. You may even manage to channel some precious sunshine into the room, depending on the orientation of the roof. Where a skylight is not feasible, a simple sun pipe will help to capture some uplifting natural rays.Read expert advice on bringing in light from above

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Ed Michael added this to My ideas21 hours ago

Maybe a sink like this in the third bathroom. Small, sink, toilet and shower only. shelves instead of cabinets maybe. I like the large sink

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Zach Zill added this to Zach's ideas14 January 2020

Very like. Need more space for bottles etc on the sink

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