Oneself – Modular Bathroom for Singles!
Designer Pavel took the concept of utilizing the economy of a single space to develop the “Oneself” bathroom: a bathroom that works best for the person living alone. For it each wall spare and him necessary each square meter for selfrealization. There is no bathroom, there is simply wall. The essential elements of a full bathroom are incorporated into the wall space, blurring the line between design and utility, conservation and functionality. At a first glance this might appear a simple and good idea, but I think that this idea would be very hard to be created in reality. Cool idea for small apartments, right?
Imagine the space that could be saved in a bathroom if every fixture – from the shower to the toilet – was hidden behind a wall. This modular bathroom design features pull-out fixtures that can easily be tucked away when they’re not needed.
Bathroom hidden in furniture
Modular, Mobile, Transforming Bathroom Fixture Set
Another space-saving solution for bathrooms is this rather futuristic-looking column of compact fixtures, including lights, a sink, storage space and a toilet. Since the components rotate out, they’re easy to access but tuck out of the way when not needed.
High-Tech Futuristic Bathroom Design
At first glance, this bathroom appears to be incredibly simple – a ceiling-mounted showerhead and a slatted wooden floor in a large, empty room. But there’s much more to this elegant, minimalist space than meets the eye. The floor opens up to reveal what lies literally just beneath the surface – a set of benches on either side of a luxurious tub.
Sleek, Luxurious Black Bathroom
Who says bathrooms have to be filled with cold, shiny white surfaces? This bathroom design goes against the grain with exotic dark hardwoods and the curving, ergonomic shapes of Morphosis high-end bathroom fixtures. The design of the steam shower in particular is anything but the expected, with a sloping wooden seat that’s both comfortable and beautiful.