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The Waterfall House Takes Showering Outside

Bornstein Lyckefors Arkitekter has designed a new house concept with a combined outdoor shower.

In Sweden, a planning clause allows residents to build a four-metre high building with a 25 square meter area of building on any existing residential property.

The small structures are known as Attefallshus, or Attefall houses after the politician introduced the planning regulation. The law restricts the restrict floor plan to 25 square meters and it also allows the eaves to extend out by 1.5 meters.

Bornstein Lyckefors Arkitekter taking advantage of that loophole, has developed an Attefall house with an outdoor shower, with water coming from part of the eaves that extends out.

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