“When Nature Calls” – Public Toilet Design by Eddie Gandelman

Urinals in public restrooms are often considered awful primarily because of the unhygienic restrooms. To break this and to make urinals in public toilets more welcoming and pleasant, an innovative idea has been put forth. By setting up the restroom in pod format with 4 urinals on every pod, the users can enjoy more space and privacy. This system as well paves way for both peeing and watering the plants. Approved by a professor of toxicology, the project employs 3 processes. The urine thus collected is filtered, which is then used for the plants. Peeing, besides being a waste process becomes a nurturing one, which appears to be a great advantage here. This idea will certainly make the very notion of urination a better experience.

Designer : Eddie Gandelman

When Nature Calls Design

When Nature Calls Design

When Nature Calls Design

Tuvie has received this project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.

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wayne says: July 30, 2011

What does each medium filter out, what is left when the plant is watered? How much water can the plant tolerate before it suffers from over watering? How well does the soil medium drain?







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