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R. EVANS March 19, 1946.

` BATHROOM UNIT Filed oct. 4, 1944 4 sheets-sheet 1 ma/ A V INVENTOR v,iw/mauve 14m/- BY i Q A.

' ATTQRNEY R. EVANS BATHROOM UNIT March 19, 1946.

Filed 001,. 4, 1944 4 Sheets-Sheet 2 IN1/EN ToR. RAM/0M PH V4/Vd' ATTORNEY 4 Sheets-Sheet 5 q-f I i I 7' R. EVANS BATHROOM UNIT Filed oct. 4, 1944 Marh 19, 1946.

March 19, 1,946. R. :EVANS BATHROOM UNIT Filed oct. 4, 1944 4 Sheets-Sheet 4 Zfl fdm

ATTDBNEY Patented Mar. 19, 1946 i i UNITED STATES PATENT,` OFFICE A'rnnooM UNrr Randolph Evans, Bronxville, N. Y. Application October 4, 1944, Serial No. 557,159

2o claims.`- p (o1. 4 2) The invention relates to bath room units, prefably water-supplied units, which are applicable to existing rooms without material change thereof as well as to new structures, and which preferably are assembled from prefabricated sections .v

small enough to pass through existing doors of standard size. For one room, each unit includes a fixed washbasin, a iiXed toilet and a movable bath receptacle, comprising a tub or a shower pan or the like, together with a fixed partition between them and merely requires, instead of one 2- Washbasin, two of them facing the respective rooms, and a single compartment forl a single toilet and bath receptacle rendered available to both rooms by doors opening into the respective rooms.

Heretofore, bath room units incorporating xed elements occupied comparatively large oor area and wall space, whereas, in accordance with my invention, the oor area, and therefore the wall space, are reduced by moving the bath receptacle to a stored position when not in use, preferably under the washbasin or washbasins, to thereby render the toilet available for use, and by moving the bath receptacle for use into the space necessarily provided for the use of the toilet.` Furthermore, by assembling the bathroom unit in place from prefabricated sections requiring ordinary tools and unskilled labor, except perhaps for the vwater supply and lighting systems, the cost of the unit is reduced and likewise the required time for its-installation. These and other objects and advantages of the invention will appear from the following description, taken in conjunction with the accompanying drawings of the preferred form of units for one and two adjoining rooms. In the drawings:

Fig. l is an elevational perspective of the corner of a room with the bath room unit installed, particularly showing the washbasin from its front; Fig. 2 is an elevational perspective of the bath room unit looking'into the toilet compartment with the tub in its stored position underneath the washbasin so that the toilet is available for use; Fig. 3 is a view similar to Fig. 2 except the bath tub is in position for use in the toilet V3.10 between the washbasin and toilet and a wall1 compartment; Fig. 4 is an enlarged section on line 4 4 of Fig. 2; Fig. 5 is an enlarged section on line 5 5 of Fig. 4; Fig. 6 is similar to Fig. 4

but with the bath tub in position for use; Fig. '7 is an enlarged section on line 'I-l of Fig.` 6; Fig. 8 is a section similar to Fig. 4 of a modified bath room unit for adjoining rooms; and Fig. 9 is a view similar to Fig. 5 but arranged for a shower pan instead of a bathtub.

As shown in Figs. 1-4, the bath room unit `I is generally of cylindrical form, and is adapted to occupy the corner of a room A, with its washbasin'2 facing the room and with its toilet 3 arranged in a toilet compartment Il formed by the partition 5 between the washbasin and toilet and by a wall member preferably as shown in the form of an upright metal sheet 6 ofv circularly bent shape together with a sheet metal member 'I welded or otherwise fastened thereto and tted to the converging walls of the room, and a sliding hanging door vhereinafte'r described.- In stored position out oi use, the tubil is underneath the washbasin 2 and may be revolved with the turntable III on which it is lixedly mounted, into position for use in the compartment I in that space in front of the toilet 3 normally required for its use. The hanging door 8 provides access through the wall member between room A and compartment 4. The unit I is provided with the necessary water supply and drainage pipes, and with the usual mirrors, medicine cabinets, towel racks, ventilation pipes, etc., as hereinafter described.

Now referring further to Figs. 1-4, but more specically to Figs. 5-7, the toilet 3 is generally of cylindrical outer form with hinged seat l I, and is mounted xedly on the iloor I2 of room A by means of its support I3 of ring form. Concentrically around the toilet is a channel It iixed on the floor I2. Fastened along that part oi the channel facing room A, is an apron I5 supporting at the front thereof the washbasin 2. Two series of balls I6 and I'I, which form the two tracks concentrically around the toilet`3,.support the turntable I on which is fastened the tub 9 of special outline as shown. When standing on the floor I2 of room A, the turntable I0 with the tub 9 fixed thereon may be revolved in either direction by suitable means as handles I3 from its stored position underneath the washbasin 2, as best shown in Fig. 5, to its position for use in the compartment Ll, as best shown in Figs. 3, 6 and '7, whereupon the tub fits snugly around the front of the toilet 3 in the space required for use of the toilet but leaves space on the turntable ietc. `sliding it on its rail 24 to. and from its closed po- I at the ends of the tub, as shown, to step into and out of the tub. A series of balls I9 arranged around the rim of the toilet 3 forms a raceway for an upright extension 20 of the turntable and for the upper part of the tub 9 (Fig. 5) to stabilize them in either position to which the turntable may be revolved. An annular-shaped drainage pan 2| is provided for purposes hereinafter described.

The partition is fastened across the channel I4, and the wall member 5 is fastened to the con- -verging walls of the room, in any suitable way.

They support the hood 23 which is suitably fixed thereto and carries the rail 24 for the rollers 25 of the hanging door 8 and which extends over the washbasin 2 to form a canopy 2S therefor. In this hood are mounted and wired the electric lamps 21 and 28 for illuminating the toilet com'- partment 4 and the washbasin 2, respectively. The support of the partition 5 and ythe hood 23 from the channel I4 is supplemented by the upright stanchions 29 and 3D1, respectively, suitably fastened thereto.

Within the partition 5 are arranged the water supply pipes for the washbasin, the toilet and tub, and also the pipe 3l, which is a vent pipe connected to the sewer riser 32 to prevent syphon action in the well known manner. Furthermore, the manifold 33 is arranged in the partition and assists in supporting the rear of the washbasin 2 and pipes in the partition from the toilet structure, as best shown in Fig. 5. The hot and cold water mains for various iioors of the building are connected to supply pipes 35 which extend underneath the turntable III in the space between it andthe oor I2.- These pipes extend to the manifold 33 and thence to the various hot and cold water faucets for the washbasin and tub. The cold water supply pipe also connects to a pipe extending through the partition 5 into the toilet flush -box 36, from which water flows through the flush pipe 31 within the partition5 to flush the toilet 3 when the handle 38 is actuated. Well known formsof faucets 39 and 4D are provided for the washbasin and tub, respectively. 4

The drainage pan 2| is arranged to catch the water leaking from the bath room fixtures and the turntable. It is of annular shape, fitting around the toilet 3 and sloping toward the trap 4I in the drainage pipe 42 which is connected in the usual way to the sewer riser 32. Also this trap is located in such position as to be directly `below the drain plug 43 of tub 9 when the tub 'is in its position for use in the toilet compart' ment 4. 'This position of use may be predetermined in any suitable way.` as by registration of the index lines on the turntable and channel as shown at 44 in Fig. 3, and only at that position may the drain plug bedepressed to stop the ilow of water from the tub. Upon raising the drain plug, the tubv may be emptied directly into the drainage pipe 42, and only after the drain plug is raised may the turntable I 0 be revolved to move the tub to its stored position out of the toilet compartment.

In addition to supporting the hood 23 and concealing the pipes therein, the partition 5 facing room A has at its front a triple mirror 45, a medicine cabinet 46 and a towel compartment 41. In the toilet compartment there may be provided a towel rack 48. The space at 49 in the corner of room A is available for pipes, Ventilating ducts, The hanging door B may have a handle for I is available for use with ample space therefor in the compartment 4. At any time the turntable VIIl may be revolved on its tracks IG, l1 and I9 to the predetermined position for use of the tub, as shown particularly in Figs. 3, 6 and 7, while the operator is standing on the floor I2 outsidel the toilet compartment. The drain plug 43 may then be depressed and the tub lled with water from faucet 48. The tub may be emptied into drain 42 and thereafter the tub may be moved back into its stored position underneath the washbasin 2. Y

The modied bath room unit of Fig. 8 for adjoiningV rooms A and B has two fixed washbasins 50 and 5I facing the respective rooms A and B, and does not t into a corner formed by converging walls but along a straight wall formed by the removal of a portion of the wall 52 between the rooms as shown. The wall member in this case comprises two triangular box structures 53 and 54A of sheet metal extending from a circular channel on the iioor to a hood, as in the previous embodiment, and provides two hanging and sliding doors 55 and 56 permitting access to the toilet compartment 4 from the respective rooms. The partition 51 is modified to provide at its front a medicine cabinet 58 and single mirror at 59 for each washbasin, and there are sheet metal members 6I) extending upwards to the hood for closing olf the wall 52 between the washbasins. The bath receptacle, Whether in the form of a bath tub or shower pan, is xed on the turntable III and is revolved therewith around the toilet 3 from a stored position underneath both washbasins 59 and 5I to a predetermined position of use in the toilet compartment 4 where it occupies the space which is closely contiguous to the toilet and which provides alternatively for the use of the toilet. It will be understood that separate hot and cold water pipes, and separate lighting xtures supported by the hood, are provided for each of the washbasins5 and 5I. Otherwise the structure of this embodiment of Fig. 8 is generally similar to that of the previous embodiment.

In Fig. 9 is shown a shower pan and appurtenances therefor which may be used in both previous embodiments in place of the bath tub, the construction and operation otherwise being generally similar. In this modiiication of Fig. 9, the shower pan 5I is fixed on the turntable III to be revolved therewith from its stored position underneath the washbasin 2, as shown in full lines at the right, to its position of use in the toilet compartment 4, as shown in broken lines at the left. Instead of the faucet 4U for the tub,there is provided a spray head 52 supported in the hood 63; Also a curtain rod 64 is provided for holding the shower curtain around the shower pan in its position of use. A mixing valve 65 of well known kind is arranged in the hot and cold wa ter pipes to supply water of adjusted temperature through the pipe EB to the spray head.

It will be observed that in the embodiment of Figs. l-'7, a single door provides a passageway between the toilet compartment and room A, and that in the embodiment of Fig. 8 opposite doors ,provide passageways between the toilet compartment and the respective rooms A and B. Upon closing these doors the toilet compartment is enclosed by the wall member and the partition between washbasin and toilet, the hood forming a ceiling member. Thus privacy is assured in the toilet compartment Whenever desired Whether for use of the toilet or the bath receptacle. Furthermore, vthe toilet or the bath receptacle may be used alternatively, and the force required to 1'e volve the bath receptacle from its stored position to its position of use is Well Within the strength of almost any individual as a result of the ball tracks provided for the turntable. The turntable is one step above the floor of the room and by having it extend all around -completely it is convenient for use of the toilet compartment at all times.

The bath room units of Figs. 1-7, 8 and 9 are assembled in place from pre-fabricated sections of such size and shape as will conveniently pass through doors of standard size. The assembly of the sections into the bath room unit of Figs. 1-7 may be accomplished as noted in the following, the assembly of the sections of the embodiments of Figs. 8 and 9 being obvious therefrom. First the toilet 3 is fastened at the proper place on the floor l2 in any suitable way, and the ring channel i4 is suitably fastened to the floor concentrically With the toilet. The drainage pipe and also the hot and cold water supply pipes 35 which are arranged just above the floor, are fitted in place between the toilet 3 and the sewer riser 32 and pipes 35, after which the drainage pan 2l is secured, all as shown best in Fig. 5. The turntable I is then mounted in place on its ball tracks I6, il and I9. The partition 5 is then fastened in place across the channel I4 and in yconnection with the toilet 3, the manifold 33 and the pipes joined thereto then being installed. The bath tub 9 is then suitably fastened to the turntable I 0 at an appropriate place so that the arrows at 4,4

register when the drain plug 43 of the tub is directly above the trap 4l. The washbasin with its apron l5 and pipe connections may then be installed. The wall member 6, hood 23, hanging door 8, together with the wiring system for the electric lights 2l and 28 may be assembled at appropriate times. Except possibly for the piping and wiring, this installation may be made by workmen without special skill and with ordinary tools in a comparatively short time at a moderate cost. Also it will be observed that substantially no change need be made in existing rooms and that when assembled the bath room unit occupies` but comparatively small floor area and wall space owing principally to the fact that, when stored, the bath receptacle occupies otherwise vacant space underneath thewashbasin, and alternatively, when in use, occupies the space in the toilet compartment necessary for the use of the toilet.

It will be obvious that many changes may be made in the form and structure of the bath room units herein described and illustrated, and in the sections thereof, without departing from the spirit of the invention. For instance, the bath room need not be installed in the corner of room A, but along any wall thereof, the wall member being arranged accordingly. Also the washbasin and toilet need not bexed on the oor of the room but xed in any suitable manner. Also the bath receptacle need not revolve about the toilet, or be stored underneath the washbasin or washbasins. but may move in any suitable guided path, whether or not on a track, to and from any stored position at 'least partly outside the space in the toilet compartment necessary for ethe use ofthe toilet. Also the vwater and drainage pipes may be arranged as desired. These and other changes f are intended within the broad interpretation of the appended claims.

Having thus described my invention, what I claim is:

1. In a bath room unit, a fixed washbasin, a fixed toilet, a fixed partition between the Washbasin and toilet, a wall member forming with the partition a toilet compartment which contains the toilet and provides additional space, a bath receptacle and means whereby said bath receptacle may be moved in a guided path between a stored position at least partly outside said space so that the toilet is available for use and a position in said space vso that the bath receptacle is available for use within the compartment.

2. In a bath room unit, a Xed washbasin, a xed toilet, a Xed partition between the washbasin and toilet, a wall member forming with the partition a toilet compartment which contains the toilet and provides additional space, la bath receptacle, .means whereby said bath receptacle may be moved in a guided path between a stored position at least partly outside of said space so that the toilet is available for irse and a position in said space so that the bath receptacle is available for use within the compartment, and water supply and drainage pipes for the washbasin and toilet .and also for the bath receptacle in its position for use.

3. In a bath room unit, a fixed washbasin with -space underneath it, a iixed toilet, a iixed partition between the washbasin and toilet, a wall member forming with the partition a toilet compartment which contains the toilet and provides additional space, a bath receptacle and means whereby said bath receptacle may be moved in a guided path between a stored position underneath the washbasin so that the toilet is available for use and .a position in said space so that the bath receptacle is available for use lwithin the compartment.

4. In a bath room unit, a iixed washbasin, a fixed toilet, a fixed partition between the washbasin and toilet, ra wall member forming with the partition a toilet compartment which contains the toilet and provides additional space, a bath receptacle and means whereby said bath receptacle may vbe revolved around the toilet between a stored position at least partly outside said space so that the toilet is available for use and a position in said space so that the bath receptacle is available for use within the compartment.

5. In a bath room unit, a fixed washbasin, a iiXed toilet, a Xed partition between the washbasin vand toilet, a4 Xed track at least partly surrounding the toilet, a wall member forming with the partition a toilet compartment which contains the toilet and. -provides additional space, a bath receptacle mounted on the track for movement between a stored position at least partly outside said space so that the toilet is available for use and a position in said space so that the bath receptacle is available for use within the compartment.

6. In a bath room unit, a fixed washbasin, a fixed toilet, a fixed partition between the washbasin and toilet, a Wall member forming with the partition a toilet compartment which con.- tains the toilet and provides additional space, a xed track at least partly surrounding the toilet, a turntable mounted on the track, and a bath receptacle fixed on the turntable and adapted to be moved therewith between a stored position at least partly outside'sad space so that the toilet is available for use and a position in said space so that the bath receptacle is available for use within the compartment.

. 7. In a bath room unit, a xed washbasin, a fixed toilet, a xed partition between the washbasin and toilet, a wall member forming with the partitionra toilet compartment which contains the toilet and provides additional space, a circular track surrounding the toilet, a turntable mounted on the track and forming in all positions a floor for the compartment, and a bath receptacle mounted on the turntable and adapted to be moved therewith between a stored position underneath the washbasin so that the toilet is available for use and a position in said space so that the bath receptacle is available for use within the compartment.

8. In a bath room unit for a room having a loor, a xed washbasin, a fixed toilet, aA xed partition between the washbasin and toilet, a wall member forming with the partition a toilet compartment which contains the toilet and provides additional space, a circular track mounted on said ocr and around the toilet, a turntable mounted on the track and forming in all positions a floorfor the compartment, a bath receptacle on the turntable adapted to be moved therewith between a stored position at least partly outside the toilet compartment so that the toilet is available for use and a position in said space so that the tub is available for use within the compartment, and drainage pipes arranged between the turntable and the floor.

9. In a bath room unit, a xed washbasin, a fixed toilet, a fixed partition between the washbasin and toilet, a Wall member forming with the partition a toilet compartment which contains the toilet and provides additional space, a hood supported by the wall member and forming a ceiling for the compartment, a bath receptacle, said bath receptacle being movable in a guided path between a stored position at least partly outside said space so that the toilet is available for use and a position in said space so that the bath receptacle is available for use within the compartment. l

10. In a bath room unit, a xed washbasin, a fixed toilet, a fixed partition between the washbasin and toilet, a Wall member forming with the partition a toilet compartment which contains the toilet and provides additional space, a fixed hood forming a ceiling for the compartment and a canopy for the washbasin, a bath receptacle, means whereby said bath receptacle may be moved in a guided path between a stored position at least partly outside of said space so that the toilet is available for use and a position in said space so that the bath receptacle is available for use Within the compartment, and electric light fixtures carried by the hood in said ceiling and canopy.

11. In a bath room unit, afXed washbasin, a fixed toilet, a fixed partition between the Washbasin and toilet, a circular wall memberwhich forms with the partition a toilet compartment containing the toilet and providing additional space and which has means for entrance to and exit from the compartment, a bath receptacle and means whereby said bath receptacle may be moved in a guided path between a stored position at least partly outside said space so that the toilet is available for use and a position in said space so that the bath receptacle is available for use Within the compartment.

12. In a bath room unit, a fixed washbasin, a xed toilet, a fixed partition between the washbasin and toilet, a wall member forming with the partition a toilet compartment which contains the toilet and provides additional space, a bath receptacle, said bath receptacle being movable in a guided path between a stored position at least partly outside said space so that the toilet is available for use and a position in said space so that the bath receptacle is available for use within the compartment, and pipes arranged within the partition for distribution of water to the washbasin and toilet and also for the bath receptaclel in its position for use.

13. In a bath room unit, a Xed washbasin, a fixed toilet, a iixed partition between the washbasin and toilet, a wall member forming with the partition a toilet compartment which contains the toilet and provides additional space, `a turntable forming in all positions a raised floor for the compartment, a bath receptacle on the turntable arranged to be moved therewith between a stored position at least partly outside said space so that the toilet is available for use and a position in said space so that the bath receptacle is available for use within the compartment, water supply pipes for the washbasin and toilet and also for the bath receptacle in its position for use, and a drainage pipe therefor arranged underneath the turntable.

14. In a bath room unit, a xed washbasin, a xed toilet, a xed partition between the washbasin and toilet, a wall member forming with the partition a toilet compartment which contains the toilet and provides additional space, a turntable forming in all positions a raised door for the compartment, a bath receptacle on the turntable arranged to be movable therewith between a stored position at least partly outside of said space so that the toilet is available for use and a position in said space so that the bath receptacle is available for use within the compartment, a drainage system arranged underneath the turntable and having a floor trap, and a drainage pan Aunderneath the turntable in an inclined position toward said trap.

15. In a bath room unit, a fixed washbasin, a xed toilet, a xed partition between the washbasin and toilet, a wall member forming with the partition a toilet compartment which contains the toilet and provides additional space, a turntable forming in all positions a raised iloor for the compartment, a bath receptacle which has a drain and which is mounted on the turntable for movement therewith between a stored position at least partly outside of said space so that the toilet is available for use and a predetermined position in said space so that the bath receptacle is available for use within the compartment, and a drainage pipe arranged underneath the turntable and having a floor trap, said drain for the bath receptacle being so located therein as to be above said trap when in said predetermined position for use.

16. In a bath room unit, a iixed washbasin, a I

vuse and a position in said space so that the bath tub is available for use Within the compartment, and water supply and drainage pipes for the washbasin and toilet and also for the bathtub, the water supply pipes for the bathtub including at least one pipe which extends to a place on the partition above the top of the bathtub when in position for use.

17. In a bath room unit, a iixed washbasin, a xed toilet, a xed partition between the washbasin and toilet, a wall member forming with the partition a toilet compartment which contains the toilet and provides additional space, a xed hood forming a ceiling member for the compartment, a shower pan, means whereby said shower pan may be moved in a guided path between a stored position at least partly outside said space so that the toilet is available for use and a position in said space so that the shower pan is available for use within the compartment, and water supply and drainage pipes for the washbasin and toilet and also for the shower pan, the water supply pipes for the shower pan including at least one pipe extending in part through the partition, a mixing valve in said pipe, and a shower head connected to said pipe and supported bythe hood.

18. In a bath room unit of cylindrical form adapted to be mounted in the oo-r of a room, a ring member mounted on the floor, a washbasin xed to the ring, a toilet xed with respect to the oor, a partition which is arranged between the washbasin and toilet and which is xed to the ring, a wall member which is xed to the ring and which forms with the partition a toilet compartment containing the toilet and providing additional space, and a bath receptacle constructed and arranged to be moved on the ring between a stored position at least partly outside said space so that the toilet is available for use and a position in said space so that the bath receptacle is available for use within the compartment. 19. In a bath room unit adapted to be mounted on the floor of a room in a corner therein, a fixed washbasin facing the room, a iixed toilet, a xed partition between the washbasin and toilet, a wall member forming with the partition a toilet compartment whichcontains the toilet and provides additional space, a bath receptacle, guide means whereby said bath receptacle may be moved in a guided path between a stored position underneath the washbasin so that the toilet is available for use and a position in Said Spa@ S0 that the bath receptacle is available for use within the compartment, and a door in said wall member between the room and compartment.

20. In a bath room unit adapted to be mounted in a partition between two adjoining rooms on the floors thereof, xed washbasins facing respective rooms, a xed toilet, a fixed partition between the washbasins and toilet, a wall member forming with the partition a toilet compartment which contains the toilet and provides additional space, a bath receptacle and guide means whereby said bath receptacle may be moved in a guided path between a stored position underneath both washbasins so that the toilet is available for use and a position in said space so that the bath receptacle is available for use within the compartment, and doors in the wall member between the compartment and the respective rooms.

RANDOLPH EVANS.

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