This tiny bathroom project turns the notion of indirect highlight on its head

Indirect light is a concept most architecture students learn about in their first week at university, and then proceed to pay lip service to for the rest of their career. This tiny bathroom project turns that notion on its head and highlights (no pun intended) the potential of indirect light as a concretely meaningful and measurable design element. It is used, not just to illuminate a space, but to be the fundamental central design feature around which the rest of a project is framed.

Translucent Wall
Translucent Wall | Photograph © Wei Wei

This project makes a lot happen with very little. It somehow takes the most awkward of spaces – a barely-there sliver stolen from between two…

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