The Swiss Army Bathroom

18 Jan
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I’ve been living in Europe for just under a decade now and, although I’ve been lucky to be in house-friendly cities, the digs are nevertheless far more cramped cozy than those of my youth.  Along the way, I’ve developed a bit of a fetish for the kind of space-saving innovations one normally associates with Tokyo.  So what could be better than an entire bathroom on a stick?

The veritable Swiss Army bathroom has 7 rotating modules stacked and skewered to shrink bathroom footprints. Here's how it works: Services are fed from the top of the product through a hole in the ceiling, and waste pipes can be directed through a hole in the floor, or through the wall. It can be installed in a corner (with 100 degree rotation) or you can opt for Centre installation (with continuous rotation for most modules, and 200 degrees for others). Hidden TP and toilet brush storage are built in. Each unit is constructed of 3mm aluminum with 175 color choices in either a matte or gloss finish.


(click for larger images) via geekologie.

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