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Give me a hand / Kiosk

Give me a hand

“Give me a hand” is a kiosk that is placed above the sensors of public toilets such as train stations or airports. Men that carries briefcases or anything object into toilets often find it inconvenient as the floor might not be hygienic and they end up placing the object they carry in-between their legs, this can be cumbersome. Placing it on hangers further away can be unsafe. This urinal kiosk is designed as a shelf that provides a storage space for the object one carries. The LED message displayed on the kiosk screen will supply greetings and useful information as additional functionality for a more comfortable experience in a toilet.

University

National Cheng Kung University

National Cheng Kung University
Tainan, Taiwan

Chien-Hsu Chen

Design

Unplugged Studio

Unplugged Studio
Tainan, Taiwan

Chun-Chin Su Yun-Wen Lee Ting-Shin Shih