naoto fukasawa toilet for panasonic electronic works
 
naoto fukasawa toilet for panasonic electronic works
apr 29, 2010

naoto fukasawa toilet for panasonic electronic works

automatic self-cleaning toilet

at milan design week 2010 panasonic electric works showcased their new line of fully automatic self-cleaning toilets made of organic glass developed in collaboration with naoto fukasawa. the easy-to-install toilets incorporate innovative heat recycling with technologies for water and energy saving.

consisting of a sensor and light, the toilet lid opens when users are near. the toilet saves approximately 66% of water per year with its flushing system compared with regular toilets.

naoto fukasawa toilet for panasonic electronic works the control panel of the toilet which provides users with numerous options image © designboom

naoto fukasawa toilet for panasonic electronic works self cleaning toilet

naoto fukasawa toilet for panasonic electronic works the water tank inside the toilet image © designboom

naoto fukasawa toilet for panasonic electronic works amount of water saved per year image © designboom

  • dray = dry. As someone who lives in Japan i am constantly amazed at things like this. Create a product as significant as a toilet and don’t even check the spelling on a button. Details

    karl
  • superb!

    vallo

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