Located between the elevated Metropolitan Expressway and the National Stadium subway station in
The interior walls of the 7.5 m high cube are finished with a texture of washed concrete, and the soft light coming through the slits in the roof draws the light into the interior in an impressive way. It is a space where one can appreciate the “changes of seasons and time woven by nature,” which are outside of our daily awareness, without intending to do so by changing the light.
By floating the walls,
The specifications that contradict the conventional perception of public toilets, such as the Akoya wood paneling, the hotel-like appearance of the brass signage, and the washbasin placed in the center so that men and women can share, were planned with an emphasis on rationality and diversity. By creating a space that is flat, easy to use, and of high quality for everyone, the design team hopes to change the consciousness of the users, and that they themselves will participate in maintaining a comfortable environment, leading to a healthy cycle.