All-In-One Water-Saving Toilet
A sink, vanity platform and toilet are contained within the Home Core Integrated Toilet by Dang Gingwei, with wash water from the sink going into the toilet tank to conserve resources. You can also add fresh water at the push of a button, and control the water pressure to the sink.
For something most of us use once a day at most, showers certainly take up a lot of room. This clever design entitled ‘OpenSpace’ features folding glass doors that can be pressed flat against the wall, helping the room to feel larger. Optional mirrored shower doors provide even more extra function.
Fold-Out Bathroom Fixtures
This wall-mounted fold-out bathroom wall is more compact than those previously featured, with three panels containing the minimum fixtures required including a tub, sink and toilet. The Cirrus MVR modular bathroom is built around a central water recycling and purifying unit, so it saves water, too.
Aquabox Modular Bathroom
Another water-conserving modular concept sets the bar a little higher in terms of aesthetics, with a sleek and modern look. Massimo Brugnera’s Aquabox is a shower stall with attached toilets and sinks, and includes a gray water capture and purification system capable of cleansing up to 80 liters of water captured from the drains. This water is then used to flush the toilet.
Shower Cubicle for Two
Here’s an interesting modular concept for luxury applications. The Revolution is a shower for two with a dry sauna and steam bath in a glass-enclosed cubicle with built-in colored LED lighting.