Download PDF version (187.8k) Log In or Register to view the full article as a PDF document.
JLC ??NOVEMBER 1991 All bath planning starts with the fixtures — their features, sizes, and clearance requirements. The following sketches show several proven fixture layouts. The dimensions represent the minimum clearance for code or physical accessibility. Where two are given, the larger dimension yields a more comfortable space. You may want to provide even more clearance to suit your client's requirements. Toilets and Bidets The size and shape of toilets hasn't changed much, but minimum clearances are crucial. The only real improvement to the basic toilet in the last 50 years is the new generation of water saving toilets, which reduce the amount of flush water from seven gallons to as little