Green

Eco Friendly WC by TOTO

This eco friendly WC is a project of TOTO. It provides a brand new method in WC hygiene and technology. Quite popular in Japan, with over 80 percent of households having one installed in the bathroom, this type of all-in-one bidet and toilet is fast becoming more and more popular in the US and Europe. Features you will find in this ‘green’ Washlet that are far from standard in traditional WCs, are a washlet spray, heated seat, electric raising seat, remote control and auto-flush activated by sensors. With this washlet there’s actually no more need for toilet paper. Therefore this is a huge step in making the bathroom more ‘green,’ Created to introduce the user to a much higher level of hygiene and comfort it uses an aerated, warm water to clean (such as a bidet), keeping the user clean and more hygienic when compared to traditional toilet paper. With all its interesting futuristic features, the Washlet guarantees a purifying, natural experience that’ll leave the user feeling refreshed and satisfied.

Eco Friendly Bathroom Shower System by Massimo Brugnera

Integrating several bathroom accessories or units into one single piece, Italian designer Massimo Brugnera has designed an interesting eco friendly bathroom shower system which promotes water-conserving behavior in our everyday lives. Named the Aquabox, this innovative system features a built-in purifier which purifies water, drained through the shower and sink, in order to store it in an integrated eighty-liter water tank. The clean water can be reused to water plants with the help of an alternative retractable tap or flush toilet. With a simple and highly functional design, this water-conserving system has a sauna, adjustable rain shower, internal lighting and color therapy to improve bathing experience.

BRS Divided Shower by Frank Guo

Divided shower is a project of Frank Guo. It converts wastewater into toilet water. Water waste can be at an all-time low if this amazing shower was installed in each and every bathroom. ‘BRS’ stands for ‘Bathroom Recycle System.’ It’s created to convert wasted water into reusable water. Once the water from the shower portion of ‘BRS’ goes down the drain, a portion of it is captured and stored for later use by the toilet; cool right? This innovative new eco-friendly solution can help drought stricken areas save water. The one and only change we would like to suggest is to have everything on one side, since the back-to-back design limits space usage and want be feasible for small bathrooms.