Tag: toilets

Thematic Toilets 2 – Nature’s Call

July 13th, 2007   •   7 comments   

If you think country-themed loos are cool, wait till you check out the rest rooms at Labrador Park. They are not only aesthetically decorative but educational and insightful too! And the contents within the commodes are curated and contextually relevant to their location too. They are also sparkling clean which is unusual for outdoor-based toilets.

Now you can enrich and fill your mind while emptying err… something else…

Olive Toilet 1
Here’s the entrance to the men’s room, decorated with dragonflies and blades of grass.
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Thematic Toilets

July 3rd, 2007   •   10 comments   

Anybody who has visited Great World City at Kim Seng Road in Singapore would have noticed its toilets. Painted in resplendent colours and themed to various countries around the world, they provide a nice respite (in more ways than one) to the otherwise drab and uninspiring experience of easing oneself. Its bathrooms are decked in designs and patterns hailing from Japan, Holland, Africa, Thailand and other regions.

The exterior of this Spanish themed gentlemen’s room looked fairly nondescript save for the painted bulls by the side.

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