As part of the Tokyo Toilet Project, architect Toyo Ito designed a public bathroom named “three mushrooms” by the Yoyogi Hachiman shrine in Shibuya Ward.
Japanese architect Kengo Kuma introduced “A walk in the woods” for the Tokyo Toilet Project. Five bathroom units are connected by a walk to offer multiple functionalities.
Through “The Tokyo Toilet” project, Tadao Ando designed a public bathroom with extended eaves for “amayadori.” What does that mean?
16 Japanese architects and designers re-imagine the potential of public restrooms (toilet) in parks. Shigeru Ban, Tadao Ando, Sou Fujimoto, Toyo Ito and more.
Interior designer Masamichi Katayama designed a park toilet in Tokyo which almost looked like a random object that you’d find in a park.
One of the latest works by the Pritzker award laureate Fumihiko Maki is a small, squid-like restroom in Tokyo. See how his modernist spirit met a neighborhood park.
Japanese architect Shigeru Ban leveraged state-of-the-art technology to design “transparent” public restrooms that ensure safety and security. But how?