Selfridges & Co briefed FDArchitecture to develop an innovative new concept for their staff and customer washroom facilities across the store. This project provides a blueprint for private, comfortable, flexible, and inclusive spaces, in line with Selfridges ethos. In this instance, this also meant introducing rainwater harvesting for toilet flushing from water collected on the central London stores roof. This environmentally conscious space has been delivered to the highest hygiene and operational standards.

The scheme provides 14 new, gender neutral, single occupancy and self-contained washrooms with a shared grooming and make up area to maximise available floor area.

The palette of finishes was deliberately kept simple, only distinguishing between cubicle types through the differing shades of tile and countertops.