Menu Close

Ten public toilets floor plans that are unexpected

toilet design

via Dezeen
via Dezeen

While most toilets have regular, rectangular-shaped floor plans, architects have also experimented with spirals, triangles and circles for public restrooms. Here are 10 public toilets that break the bounds of the regular cubicle.


The triangle toilet

Completed as part of the Tokyo Toilet project, this red public toilet block was squeezed onto a triangular plot in Tokyo’s downtown Shibuya.

Designed by New York-based Japanese designer Nao Tamura, the form of the irregularly shaped toilet was based on the Japanese craft of Origata

The waterfall toilet

Set alongside a river in Norway, this toilet by Bergen-based architecture studio Fortunen was created for visitors to the nearby Skjervsfossen waterfall.

Each of the cubicles has a tall window and glass panel set into the concrete floor to give views of the surrounding landscape.

Read and see more >>>>> Source: Dezeen Ten public toilets floor plans that are unexpected

Related Posts