Bathroom on a Wall

By modulating all the fittings and fixtures of a bathroom on just one wall, the Fluid Wall creates an ambience of asymmetrical and organic surfaces. The idea is to highlight the features to just one place and create a focal point. As Jay explains, “Each panel has identical hidden mounting points for easy installation on an integrated mounting system. Panels may be arranged in any configuration. The room may include as few or as many panels as desired.” Very minimal and basic, and just apt for those facing space crunch!

Designer: Jay M. Stevens


  • Rawwhale says:

    “Apt for those facing space crunch”??? This makes the room several feet narrower without actually saving ANY space.

    This requires a very long and wide bathroom with all the plumbing on one side, seems like a lot of trouble just so you can defecate into a wall.

    (Also, why are the shelves angled so that 1/3 of the surface area is useless? lets try some basic common sense…)

  • Dandy says:

    Shouldn’t it be “fecal point”?

  • very useful idea especially for small apartments

  • eddd222 says:

    how does this save room compared to havin a normal toilet, sink and shelves mounted to a wall??

  • Jimmy C says:

    It does save space, compared to normal bathroom fixtures that jut out into the middle of the room. Plus, now there isn’t even a need for an individual bathroom.

  • Rawwhale says:

    Jimmy C: What?? Now the entire wall juts out into the room… think about it this way, which takes up more space? Adding a toilet tank or adding an entire wall the same depth as a toilet tank?

    What do you mean by “need for an individual bathroom”? Is this somehow better for multiple people… or can it go in my living room now? What are you trying to say?

  • Jimmy C says:

    Think of it this way: In the future, instead of creating a bathroom, they would simply set up the Fluid Wall, and have space to make the room itself wider.

  • Eddd222 says:

    hmmm, ever heard the phrase, don’t shit where you eat?

    No need to wait for the future, there are already toilets with tanks integrated into the wall, and I’m sure there are sinks and shelves that have the same or smaller dimensions than what is shown here.

    Don’t get me wrong, from a designing point of view, it does look like very nice and the modular thought also adds value, but it doesn’t really creates more space, unless you would have it morphing out of the wall when you need it.

  • Jimmy C says:

    @Eddd222: Well I’ve never seen anyone who eats on the toilet.

  • Bob says:

    Shower? Bath Tub?

  • Preston says:

    Excellent bathroom, but I’m honestly confused by the toilet -).

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