Small details make a big difference

The Gaius bathroom unit is composed of premium furnishings and equipment, organised to ensure optimum usability. All details, from lighting and colouring to materials and design, promote user independence and reduce the assistants’ workload.

Improved independence, reduced workload

The layout of Gaius bathrooms has been carefully researched and tested to promote the independence of the elderly and disabled in bathroom and toilet facilities. The furnishings and auxiliary equipment simultaneously work to reduce the workload of assistants and care personnel.

Functional, safe, and ergonomic

The design of Gaius bathrooms pays special attention to the ergonomics of users and assistants. Advanced solutions are used to increase safety and minimize the risk of falls and other accidents. Product colouration, use of indirect light, and the soft colour palette of the bathrooms further facilitate the perception of distances and space, prevent reflections, and thus reduce the risk of inaccurate interpretations leading to accidents. 

Calculated and economic use of space

Cost-efficiency is a priority for our functional bathroom units. Minimising square metres in rooms entailing water and humidity insulation reduces overall costs.