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Pani / Shower cubicle

Pani

pāni, is a sustainable showering concept that provides a unique bathing experience, while saving water. It allows for customization, with the hope that people of all ages enjoy using it.

In India, most people take a bucket bath, and use about 30 L of water. This was the inspiration to design a shower cubicle where you can see the amount of water being used. An average 10-minute shower uses about 60-100 L of water and pāni uses 40-45 L of water.

As a shower cubicle, pāni acts like a water tank that doubles up as a beautiful wall of water. The water surrounds you as you bathe, and hence you can see the water level lowering

University

National Institute of Design

National Institute of Design
Ahmedabad, India

Rucha Joshi,
National Institute of Design

Ira Sharma,
National Institute of Design