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Yoyogi Fukamachi Mini Park Toilet / Shigeru Ban Architects

Yoyogi Fukamachi Mini Park Toilet / Shigeru Ban Architects

© Satoshi Nagare, Courtesy of The Nippon Foundation© Satoshi Nagare, Courtesy of The Nippon Foundation© Satoshi Nagare, Courtesy of The Nippon Foundation© Satoshi Nagare, Courtesy of The Nippon Foundation+ 18

Shibuya City, Japan
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© Satoshi Nagare, Courtesy of The Nippon Foundation
© Satoshi Nagare, Courtesy of The Nippon Foundation

Text description provided by the architects. There are two things we worry about when entering a public restroom, especially those located at a park. The first is cleanliness, and the second is whether anyone is inside. Using the latest technology, the exterior glass turns opaque when locked.

© Satoshi Nagare, Courtesy of The Nippon Foundation
© Satoshi Nagare, Courtesy of The Nippon Foundation
© Satoshi Nagare, Courtesy of The Nippon Foundation
© Satoshi Nagare, Courtesy of The Nippon Foundation

This allows users to check the cleanliness and whether anyone is using the toilet from the outside. At night, the facility lights up the park like a beautiful lantern.

© Satoshi Nagare, Courtesy of The Nippon Foundation
© Satoshi Nagare, Courtesy of The Nippon Foundation

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Address:Tomigaya, Shibuya City, Tokyo 151-0063, Japan

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Cite: "Yoyogi Fukamachi Mini Park Toilet / Shigeru Ban Architects" 28 Aug 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/946426/yoyogi-fukamachi-mini-park-toilet-shigeru-ban-architects> ISSN 0719-8884

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