Public Space

    Designed for safety, wellbeing and a high level of identification

    Bathrooms and toilets are becoming an increasingly relevant issue in the public space – many existing facilities need to be refurbished or adapted to new requirements. There is great demand for redevelopment in places like schools, preschools, universities, sports facilities or football stadiums. And in the light of the Covid-19-Pandemie pandemic, hygiene in the public space is becoming even more relevant than before. Pop up my Bathroom shows innovative examples of bathrooms for the public space here.

    Public Space

    Badkonzept für das Axor-Projekt Distinctive von Hadi Teherani

    Hadi Teherani meets Axor


    Enveloping but not narrowing: this is what Hadi Teherani takes up in his vision of a bathroom for the Axor project Distinctive.


    LED-Displays in den halb-öffentlichen Toiletten im B-Wohnen von Brillux

    60 bathrooms for guest houses from Brillux


    In the Brillux guest house, apartment bathrooms and semi-public WC facilities are becoming havens of well-being.


    Die Badezimmer in der Waldklinik Eisenberg

    Hospital and hotel in one


    The Waldkliniken Eisenberg in Thuringia are more reminiscent of a hotel than a hospital - with bathroom fittings from Keuco.


    Tokyo Toilets: Jedermann-Toilette von Tadao Ando

    The Tokyo Toilet: Fascinating toilets in public spaces


    The Tokyo Toilet is a cooperation between the Nippon Foundation and the city of Tokyo. Japanese sanitaryware company Toto played a key role in the project.


    Colourful design of a childcare facility with Bette


    Blue shower trays by Bette were repurposed as bespoke washbasins.


    Aire Ancient Baths at Hotel Ottilia in Copenhagen

    Taking a bath in ancient atmosphere: Aire Ancient Baths at Hotel Ottilia in Copenhagen


    Aire Ancient Baths, the luxurious wellness concept from Spain, opens the doors to a new Copenhagen branch in the historic building of the Hotel Ottilia.