Architect—and small-space design wizard Christi Azevedo—renovated a petite carrage house built in 1908 to feature a modern lavatory. The toilet she selected to fit in to the space is Toto's Aquia dual flush model.
In a Hollywood house, architect Noah Walker of Walker Workshop Design Build opted to install Duravit's wall-hung Vero toilet. Photo by Zen Sekizawa.
Morten Bo Jensen, chief designer at Vipp, outfitted the bathroom in his Copenhagen loft with outfitted his company's 982 bath furniture, a 906 faucet, and a 992 mirror. The shower sports a Raindance Connect showerhead by Hansgrohe, and there is a wall-mounted toilet by Villeroy & Boch. The Nomad light fixture is from Modular Lighting Instruments, and the floors are topped with ceramic tiles by LaFaenza. Photo by Anders Hviid.
Caroma's Walvit toilet is situated in a renovated Singapore shophouse. Photo by Richard Powers.
Jeff Wardell kitted out a shipping container with a toilet by Toto. Photo by Drew Kelly.
A wall-hung sink and toilet by Duravit hover in a renovated Massachusetts bathroom. Photo by Eric Roth.
Laufen's ovoid IlBagno toilet by Stefano Giovannoni figures into the design of an Australian bungalow with a modern addition. Photo by James Knowler.