A sink, water tank and shower-
The head of a 8ft steel column.
The £ 9,000 device looks like a sculpture or art device, and is an award-winning piece
The award-winning designer of Huddersfield, Paul Huron, designed it with the consideration of the small apartment owner.
He said: "I have done a lot of research and the bathroom space is decreasing for me, especially in the apartment.
"I created a space that was interesting but simple --
Save the bathroom by stacking the contents of the bathroom together.
It is designed to take advantage of vertical space rather than horizontal floor space.
Fast assembly and easy maintenance-
All you need is a damp room to put it in.
"I think this pushes the boundaries of anything that has been done before.
The man who had seen it was completely blown away.
"Young professionals in Tokyo live in a box apartment with two showers --
One adult, one child
Both units rotate 180 degrees while the others rotate 360 degrees.
They are all wrapped around a steel column containing all the pipes, and each part is simply rolled out when needed.
Mr. Hernon, 38, said that his work could accommodate smaller spaces than traditional bathrooms, meaning that architects could design smaller bathrooms and make more space for other rooms.
But he warned
Named after the human spine.
Weighing 150 or more than 23 stones, the householder may have to reinforce the bathroom floor before installing the bathroom floor.
Sales of this spine are expected to begin in 2009.
The custom version will provide mirrors, lights and other additional features.