APPEARANCE OF MODULAR BATHROOMS

 

The idea of prefabricated bathroom  is cannot be named as a new one.

In 1940, Richard Buckminster Fuller received Patent 2220482 for a prefabricated bathroom.

 

Fuller wrote in his claim:

 

“ It is an object of my invention to provide a compact, light, prefabricated bathroom which may be readily installed either in a dwelling under construction or in a dwelling that is already built.

   It is another object of this invention to provide a prefabricated bathroom of such a compact construction that it can be separated into a few sections which may be readily carried by hand through a doorway and up a staircase of the average house.

   It is another object of this invention to provide a prefabricated bathroom  fashioned from a relatively few units made of sheet material to provide an integral structure light  in weight but having the requisite strength and rigidity when assembled.

   A further object of my invention is to provide prefabricated bathroom sections of sheet metal having bathroom fixtures formed integrally therewith.

   Another object of this invention to provide  a two chamber prefabricated bathroom, one chamber  being suitable  for use as a lavatory and water closet and the other chamber being useful as a combined tub and shower , and either of these chambers being useful alone.”

 

Taken from http://invention-protection.com/pdf_patents/pat2220482.pdf

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