A great deal of thought has gone into designing the commode. Its form and function has evolved such that toilets now have the attention of architects and industrial designers, who whittle its shape and round its corners as if it were a building, a table, or a lamp. Here are our 10 favorite designer toilets from the likes of Jasper Morrison, Claesson Koivisto Rune, Claudio Silvestrin, and more.
Above: Duravit’s Happy D collection is designed by German architect Dieter Sieger of Sieger Design. The Wall-Mounted Happy D Toilet (25350900922) is $204.75 at Build.com. Above: The Globo Stockholm Floor-Mounted WC (LA001) is designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune. Available through Globo. Above: The Bonola WC is designed by Jasper Morrison and is available with a coordinating bidet. Available at Ceramica Flaminia. For more bidets see our post 10 Easy Pieces: Wall-Mounted Bidets. Above: Designer Patricia Urquiola created the wall-mounted Pear 2 Toilet, and coordinating Bidet, for Agape. Above: Italian designers Azzurra have three models of toilets like the Nuvola Vaso Mini, shown here. Available at Azzurra in Italy. Above: Designed by Philippe Starck, the ME 3 Two-Piece Toilet (212501TP-W) is $286.21 at Build.com. Above: Designed by Italian architect Claudio Silvestrin, the Le Giare Wall-Hung WC is available at Ceramica Ciela. Above: The Vitra Shift Floor Mounted Single WC Pan without Bidet Pipe is designed by German industrial design duo Noa. Available at Vitra. Above: The Duravit ME Close-Coupled Toilet was designed by Philippe Starck; $261 at Plumb Tile. It’s also featured in our post 10 Easy Pieces: Modern Floor-Standing Toilets. Above: Designed by Benedini Associati, the 750 Wall-Mounted Toilet is available through Agape by contacting them directly.
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