A new approach to the design of accessible washrooms
At Fitzroy of London we believe there are three main approaches to consider when commencing the design of an accessible washroom.
- the design of the products in the rooms – ensuring these are fully consistent with the design of the other bathroom fittings – this can include fittings that are customised to ensure perfect consistency.
- the finish of the products – it is important the finish of the disabled fittings perfectly matches the finish of the other fittings in the room to ensure a consistent overall impression – this can require a bespoke approach to ensure the finish is just as you require it.
- the features of the product – do the products need to be removable or recessed? There are solutions available to ensure the design disabled washroom is suitable for flexible use between disabled and non-disabled users.
Fitzroy of London is pleased to share this beautiful photo by Amy Murrell of the DDA Suite Clayton Hotel City of London designed by Dexter Moren Associates!
We worked closely to design, manufacture and finish a range of bespoke bathroom accessories that matched perfectly the finish of the brassware and incorporated the style of the other fittings in the room. The result is a luxurious DDA Suite that fully complements this hotel’s portfolio of accommodation. Here we have proved that it is possible to have a disabled room looking consistent in luxury, style and quality to all other areas.
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