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Ensuring wet area hygiene with non-contact details in common areas

     Wet areas, which are an indispensable element of everyday life, are used to express the places where water is used. Since almost all of the equipment used in areas such as toilets and bathrooms work with water, we call these areas wet areas. Wet areas are of great importance in public spaces with high circulation and common use. Because we know that when it comes to how users approach products in residential toilets and how they share these products with other members of the community, they have to develop different ways of using them to deal with pollution. That's why we design our designs with user experience in mind.

       Nowadays, contact-transmitted diseases and the measures that can be taken against these diseases during Covid-19 are becoming increasingly important We adapt to this process when choosing the products used in wet areas, which we define as common areas, and choose products that require the least contact and ensure hygiene conditions. With the development of technology, we also include hand sensor door systems in these choices. Ensuring entry and exit to the cabin without contact is among the most important measures to be taken against diseases. We also create a hygienic space with sterile and durable materials used on the floor, walls and countertops. We aim to design a hygienic environment with air circulation as well as durability.

      We aim to create a healthy, safe and recognizable design for users. We define a stylish and comfortable space by making minimal touches with the colors and materials we use. In this way, we have a significant impact on users' quality of life.