Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Cirrus MVR by Michael Trudgeon

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Winner of the 2008 awards of the Reese Bathroom Innovation in Australia is this innovative and highly space-conscious bathroom designed by Michael Trudgeon. Dubbed Cirrus MVR, the luxurious and complete bathroom folds up into a simple and minimalist shelf when not in use and thus saves on space greatly. Its design also allows you to save water that usually wastes. In a world where urban space and pure water are both becoming highly expensive commodities, Cirrus MVR is a wonderful asset that looks modern. - Source

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