The modernised building, which measures around 65 square metres, provides space for three cubicles for women, for two cubicles along with three urinals for men and a barrier-free WC. The barrier-free cubicle meets all the requirements that the ‘Toilet for All’ (‘Toilette für Alle’) concept created by the Leben Pur Foundation sets out to ensure that people with severe and multiple disabilities are also able to participate in public life and use WCs independently. It was extended and subsequently equipped with an electrically height-adjustable shower and nursing recliner as well as a ceiling hoist to help transfer people from wheelchairs to the recliner. Users only need to bring their own lifting belt and a Euro WC key.
HERING Sanikonzept GmbH was awarded the ‘Toilette für Alle‘ seal of approval by the Leben Pur Foundation for its barrier-free toilet at Sendlinger Tor in Munich on the day of its opening.