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Universal toilet concept could replace handicap stalls

This universal toilet design is the work of Changduk Kim and Youngki Hong. It was designed to eliminate the need for oversized handicap-accessible bathroom stalls that always seem to be larger than my studio apartment. The commode part of the toilet can be sat on frontward or backward to easily accommodate wheelchair users and the average pooping Joe. The wall-mounted part of the toilet includes handles, a chest/back rest and an attached sink.

This toilet concept is no different than the usual slew of futuristic products that includes a lot of smooth, contoured lines, angled shapes and a lack of color. Seriously, flatten out that toilet seat. It's just asking to cut off circulation, therefore creating that dreaded "toilet dead leg." — Travis Hudson

Universal Toilet, via Yanko Design

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