The Dutch company One Hundred Restrooms has introduced a new standard in public toilets with the goal of changing the definition of a toilet visit, in which human wellbeing is the key factor. The first One Hundred Restrooms-concept has been applied at La Vaguada in Madrid, one of the biggest shopping malls in Spain. A SemperGreenwall CompactLine has also been included in the design. With this plant wall, One Hundred Restrooms wants to show respect for the environment and contribute to a natural experience for visitors.
One Hundred Restrooms wants to change public toilet visits from a hurried stop to a moment of wellbeing. In the space, data and technology are playing a crucial role in the visitor experience: all facilities are equipped with advanced no-touch technology. Visitors can make use of additional services like a health check, skin analysis or a steam sensation. There are also shower spaces, beauty bars, a grooming area and a family space available.
One Hundred Restrooms’ toilets are designed in a sustainable and environmentally conscious way. The design is inspired by organic, natural shapes with a luxurious appearance to make the visit an ultimate wellbeing-experience. The SemperGreenwall CompactLine is a real green eyecatcher in the middle of the space. The living plants in the wall regulate the humidity, filter out harmful substances, and have a positive effect on the environment. The CompactLine includes an integrated waterreservoir at the bottom, which makes a technical room unnecessary.
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