The John takes the surrounding cultural methods of construction and ‘using the bathroom’ to embody a space that connects with the history of the land it sits on while creating a positive byproduct. The students using The John can access pits in the ground behind the structure where waste is collected and stored to use for irrigation in the farms. Along the back side of The John is a gutter that collects rain water to use for flushing the waste down the pipe system. When inside The John, the strategically placed bricks allow for air to pass in between which then gets trapped inside the two walls, circulation air throughout The John and creating a cooler environment than the harsh heat that lies just outside the walls.
MUD BRICK- $422
TIN ROOFING- $349.16
RAMMED EARTH- $400
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marcoandreola: (Answer is posted above) Dear NKA, can you please provide us with more information about the required facilities for the toilet and bathroom? what do you mean with the two typologies? thank you for your reply, kind regards. "pour water from bucket to flush
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