Strategic placement of both wheelchair stalls eliminates sharp turns and uncomfortably tight angles.
Stall doors light up either green or red when vacant or occupied. This serves a dual purpose of both privacy and efficiency, as a quick indicator of open stalls, and a visible and social deterrent from approaching occupied stalls.
(Side note - we retrospectively realized these colors don't bode well for colorblind people, so a revised rendition would have an updated color scheme.
An elevated sink counter allows for easy wheelchair access.
Stall doors have been designed without visible cracks, and extend nearly all the way to the floor, eliminating lines of sight into used stalls. Thick, physical walls divide stalls to give the feeling of individual rooms rather than adjacent stalls.
A panel interface at the opening displays the number of open stalls, keeping lines and crowds outside the stall area.