Netherlands | 2019
The concept of One hundred restrooms is grounded in the paradigm shift in the area of health and well-being. With this new concept we want to change the definition of a toilet break. We believe the restroom of the future is a place, a sanctuary, build around the principles of health and well-being. A place to relieve, refresh and reload. The One Hundred Restrooms experience goes beyond clean toilets in high traffic areas, as it combines cutting-edge technology, design and service to create moments for better well-being. The logo combines the number one with an abstract representation of an exit on a highway. The interior design evokes a zen feeling thanks to the curved shapes, wood textures, vertical garden and indirect lighting. The transition zone with the steam experience functions as a crossing-over to a space where visitors can leave their busy lives behind and enter a space for relaxation. The area is designed and built with sustainability in mind, equipped with sanitary products saving up to 60% of water, and its cleaning is primarily done with ecological products. Strategic partners Essity, Roca and Diversey, leaders in their sector, highly contribute to the sustainability and innovation of the concept. In addition to permanent focus on cleanliness, the facilities are fully equipped with cutting-edge technology, have a self-check room, a shower room, a steam experience, an hydration station, female beauty-bars, male grooming stations, a spacious disabled room, and a family room with a Roca In-Wash toilet for adults, one for children and a nursery for babies. Next to no-touch technology, One hundred restrooms has integrated other high-end technological solutions. Examples of this are: water flow meters, digital motivational mirrors, a smart payment system and connected dispensers.
Homeyoung interior decorating and design Ltd.
Institutional / Educational
Chain10 Architecture & Interior Design Institute