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Public Toilets / Gramazio & Kohler

  • 00:00 - 6 August, 2012
Public Toilets / Gramazio & Kohler
Public Toilets /  Gramazio & Kohler, © Gramazio & Kohler
© Gramazio & Kohler

© Gramazio & Kohler © Gramazio & Kohler © Gramazio & Kohler © Gramazio & Kohler + 13

Text description provided by the architects. The public toilet in the city park of Uster has a complex facade of 295 folded aluminumstrips. The depth of the folding and the slightly different colors of each strip generate a shimmering facade that changes depending on sun angle and the observers' perspective.

© Gramazio & Kohler
© Gramazio & Kohler

Each strip is lasercut and handfolded. The strips are clipped and bolted onto 18 lasercut aluminum sheets that are mounted to the facade of the prefab module "City"   

© Gramazio & Kohler
© Gramazio & Kohler

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Cite: "Public Toilets / Gramazio & Kohler" 06 Aug 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/260491/public-toilets-gramazio-kohler/> ISSN 0719-8884
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