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With the conversion of underground rest room facilities from the 1920s, a modern and airy WC center was created on the Alexanderplatz in Berlin. The design of the new sanitary facilities is defined by generous amounts of glass, white tile mosaics, anthracite floors, stainless steel and black natural stone. From a central reception desk, the rest room facilities radiate outwards in the shape of a star. Large-sized architecture photographs by Tobias Wille present the Metropolis of Berlin in a comprehensive illustrated book. Premium quality, the ultimate in facility engineering and muted tones result in unique modern aesthetics - and help prevent vandalism.
Christoph Fleckenstein, Anja Götz, Julius Baasner