Unique public toilet designs in ParkDesigned in accordance with each area, impressing visitors with its beauty and comfort in use.
Public toilets are not merely a toilet seat, but also a representative image that impresses customers of the building. There are many beautiful, unique and unique types of toilets. The following article will introduce to readers these 10 impressive toilet types
The facade of this toilet is quite sophisticatedly designed in the style of the ancient American west with the main material is wood.
Inside the floor is used a large plain colored brick, on the wall using small blue square tiles. Hand wash sink is inserted neatly inward
Compartments covered with brown wooden panels differ from traditional toilets that use plastic sheets
This model of public toilet is quite sophisticatedly designed on the front, with two pretty signboards and is hung high on separate sides. Small brick outer wall with dominant red color
The inside of the floor is tiled with a pattern similar to flowers quite evenly
The bricks as well as the plastic doors are uniformly separated by a light green color
Looking here you can see that this toilet area is quite funny with all kinds of colors 🙂
Inside the toilet, the design of the toilet uses a variety of eye-catching colored plastic sheets
The washing area is also placed inside, on the wall there are a few interesting colored bricks
The upper toilet uses large format doors that divide the two areas for men and women quite clearly, the south is a large two-door door while the female side is softer than the one-door door.
The inside uses a yellow wall brick with an interwoven L pattern that looks like a maze.
The architectural front design of this toilet is made entirely of wood and bamboo commonly seen in undeveloped times
Phia in the general uses slippery bricks of the same size with 3 colors: yellow, black and green
The floor uses small bricks arranged evenly and interwoven with reasonable colors
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