Toilet Architecture presentation powered by PechaKucha
TOTO, Japan's foremost bathroom company, are inviting designers and architects to interpretate and explore the subject of Toilet Architecture in a special event powered by PechaKucha, as part of the Clerkenwell Design Quarter and London Design Festival 2014.
This topic is vastly historic - it covers centuries of design solutions ranging from Roman multi-user communal spaces to modern day cubicles. It spans cross-continental societal and ethical needs, as well as evolving personal health and hygiene issues. The topic of toilet architecture is one that consumers often overlook, but our daily experiences have a direct impact on our quality of life no matter where we are living.
The event will be hosted by PechaKucha co-founder Mark Dytham.
- Alex Mowat, Urban Salon
- Tomas Klassnik, The Klassnik Corporation
- Rock Galpin, Rock Galpin Studio
- Roz Barr, Roz Barr Architects
- David Archer, Archer Humphryes Architects
- Robert Mumby, Archer Humphryes Architects
- Professor Barbara Penner, Senior lecturer at The Bartlett and author of Bathroom
- Jay Gort, Gort Scott architects
- Jonathan Gaunt, Associate Public Health, Arup
- Floyd Case, TOTO UK
- Philippa Turrell, Editor Kitchen and Bathroom News
- Jamie Mitchel, Editor, Design Curial
Media partners: Blueprint Magazine, DesignCurial
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