This was one of two images (PHIL# 9195 - 9196), depicting the usage of a white fiberglass 'curbless' shower stall, which was a single piece, thereby, minimizing assembly and installation times. In this particular photograph, four young girls were inside the shower unit, aiming the shower head at one another to deliver the flow of water, keeping it inside, and not outside the shower. A curbless shower is much easier to use by those for whom stepping into a standard shower is dangerous or impossible, as well as support a variety of activities other than a solitary shower, as evidenced here, and in PHIL# 9195 with the dog-bathing scenario.
CDC/ Richard Duncan, MRP, Sr. Proj. Mngr, North Carolina State University, The Center for Universal Design (CUD)
November 3, 2012