Enware Australia announces the release of a new digital app from Pressalit Care that aims to inspire and assist architects and specifiers with solutions when designing bathrooms for the less abled.
Encompassing both fixed and flexible solutions from Pressalit Care, the new digital app, Spaces shows the differing degrees of adjustability, offering the optimal bathroom layout with space requirements, specification and installation details for each suggested product. The app features virtual room sets created for applications within a hospital, an assisted living facility, a hotel as well as a private home, each illustrated with layouts and bathroom elements most suited to the particular environment.
The app uses clear visuals to explain how the elements relate to each other and how individual requirements of the installation can be taken into account. Where flexibility is required, both horizontal and rise/fall applications are included alongside Pressalit Care’s ergonomically designed basins, shower seats, grab rails, handles and toilets.
Tim Knowles, Disability & Aged Care Product Manager at Enware explains that architects and specifiers will be able to visualise digitally what the bathroom will look like and how the specialist elements work together, assisting with the creative design process.
In addition to presenting specific suggestions for different bathroom solutions, the Spaces app provides detailed information on their ergonomic qualities, adjustment options, designs as well as test methods, keeping the architect or specifier fully informed when planning a bathroom for the less abled.
Originally developed by Pressalit Care for its native Danish market, the Spaces app has now been released in their key markets including Australia. The free Apple app is now available, with the Android version to be released soon.