WeWantMore One Hundred Public Restrooms
One Hundred Public Restrooms is Silver Design Award winner in 2018 - 2019 Interior Space and Exhibition Design Award Category.
One Hundred Public Restrooms

One Hundred Restrooms provides visitors to high traffic areas with more than just clean toilets. Creating a visitor experience that combines cutting edge technology, design and services into moments of true well being. Entering through the transition zone with a steam experience, the interior design evokes a zen feeling thanks to the curved shapes, wood textures, vertical garden and indirect lighting. One Hundred Restrooms is a space for relaxation where visitors can temporarily leave their busy lives behind.

One Hundred Public Restrooms
WeWantMore One Hundred
WeWantMore Public Restrooms
WeWantMore design
WeWantMore design

WeWantMore is a Belgium based award winning design studio focusing on graphic, interior and experiential design. A studio that puts creativity at the center of the design process, while striving to create lasting valuable contributions to culture. WeWantMore wants to lead the way in designing how brands shape and interact with the world, by relentlessly pushing the boundaries of creativity, challenging accepted beliefs and demanding more from both themselves and their clients. Founded in 2006 and based in Antwerp, Belgium, WeWantMore is a place where graphic, interior and product designers collaborate, resulting in creative and commercial success in projects ranging from logo, packaging and interior to product design for both multinationals and challengers. They have been working for clients such as Coca-Cola, Samsonite, Manhattn’s, Chez Claire, Gatsu-Gatsu, Niko & Hoeked Doughnuts.

One Hundred Restrooms

One Hundred Restrooms creates moments of better wellbeing. They are the new standard in public restrooms, based on the principles of the health and well-being and aiming to improve lives through innovative health, hygiene and convenience solutions. The restroom brand wants to make an impact on human well-being, by changing the definition of a toilet break. Every toilet visit should be a 5-minute well-being boost, a moment to relax and recover.