Cool factor: See-through toilets
Motive: Unless you donât go behind the walls of a public toilet, you wonât know in what condition it actually is. Making them transparent, gives the public a view of its condition/hygiene before hand.
About: Well, this futuristic public toilet is based on steel-and-glass architecture, where transparency is the key. The glass gets transparent by pressing the âvoirâ button (which means âseeâ), and turns opaque when someone presses it from the inside; meaning: the place is now occupied and the users intimacy guaranteed. There is also this motion sensor that turns the glass transparent if there is no motion during a certain amount of time.