GALLERY TOTO: state-of-the-art toilets at Narita Int’l Airport


A trip to the restroom just got more interesting at Narita International Airport in Japan, where you can now experience GALLERY TOTO, a public restroom that also functions as a showroom for the Japanese toilet brand TOTO.
Video by Daisuke Ohki
Art direction: Yasuyuki Tamenaga (black*bath)
Designed by Klein Dytham Architects, the seemingly translucent LED screens play prerecorded sequences featuring activities such as dancing, skating, or cleaning. While it would appear that restroom-goers have no privacy, the screens keep 10 individual bathroom cubicals completely hidden from the bustling airport terminal beyond. The LED panels were made using Philips luminous textile with Kvadrat Soft Cells, making this one of the most interesting applications we’ve seen to date.
Images ⒸDAICI ANO
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