Friday, March 17, 2006


Here's a strange one

Without forward admittance, the public washroom is a venue most likely to affect every user of every age group and every gender. It is a shared space that is scarce in design and efficiency, and one exceptionally demanding on functional performance. The Uni-p is a product of duality, giving a new solution for public use. Designed as a formal balance for both male and female users, it addresses issues of cleanliness and maintenance within technological limitations and ergonomic feasibility. Uni-p provides for two types of usable positions within a single object, the upright (male) and semi-upright sitting (female) position. With a sanitary ware that serves both genders specifically, the Uni-p is one of practical minimalist – achieving maximum use with minimal material.

Designer: Tamar Dax

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

That's a great story. Waiting for more. » »