This modern, chapel-like tower is quite a lot of trouble to go to for a loo, but, as silvio points out, the cottage uses abstraction in various instances to question conventions. above all, it is a dramatic demonstration that the small and apparently trivial can be treated as profound and almost sacred. despite being a tiny cottage, and beyond that, just the bathroom in a tiny cottage, moments of peace, beauty and thoughtful contemplation arise. There’s a grandeur to the space, albeit quite restrained and minimalist. The vanity slab is asymmetrical, like the tower itself, and the copper sliding door, mirror and porthole window contrast with the raw concrete.