In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

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A street toilet disappearing underground, urinals with video game controllers, Gaudi-style booths… What will they not come up with to brighten up the natural necessity! Architects and designers prove that toilet humor can be not only in movies and literature.

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

Public toilets in New Zealand's Matakan have become a reason for the pride of the local population. The sculptures decorating these unusual booths cost 400 thousand dollars.

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

The winner of the "Best Toilet in the USA" competition in 2013 is located in Minneapolis. To relieve yourself in a toilet that looks like a luxurious castle — why not?

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

In the Chinese city of Chongqing, there is the world's largest center for responding to the call of nature. There are more than a thousand toilets, four floors and 3,000 square meters of space. Visitors can enjoy pleasant music or watch TV while doing their business in the urinal in the form of a crocodile's head or a Virgin Maria.

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

A street toilet rising from the ground can be found in Europe. The system was developed by the Dutch company UriLift. The cost of such a toilet is about 65 thousand dollars. They are usually installed near a cluster of bars and cafes and taken out of the ground for the weekend, because there is no special need for them during the week. While there is a version with urinals that is suitable only for men, but a model for both sexes is already in development.

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

A dessert toilet called "Melting Dream" was an exhibit of the Oita Toilet Biennale 2015. Artists Minako Nishiyama, Mika Kasahara and Yuma Naruna dedicated their creation to the call of nature.

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

A urinal in the form of a shark's mouth can be found at the Jack Astor restaurant in Toronto, Canada. The inscription on the plate calls for being more careful when putting body parts in different places.

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

This is also a portable outdoor toilet, the clever design of which allows visitors to enjoy the landscape while relieving themselves. Easehouse can be found in Rotterdam.

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

The toilets at Perry Lakes Park in Alabama offer three different ways to enjoy the view. In a vertical toilet, you look at the crowns of trees, in a long horizontal one-at one tree, in the one that is directly on the ground, a different view.

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

Urinals with controllers and screens for video games were made in Pennsylvania in 2013. The system was developed by the British company Captive Media. The video shows how the game management system works.

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

A completely glass toilet in Texas assumes that you can see everything that is happening outside, and passers-by do not see what you are doing there.

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

The toilet on the edge of the cliff at an altitude of 4600 meters is located in the Barafu camp, on the way to the top of Kilimanjaro. There is a great view from here.

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

You can go to the wind in every sense of the word in Iceland, near the Krafla geothermal power plant. And to wash, too.

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

The toilet with a beautiful panoramic view is located in the Tiksi Buddhist monastery on a hilltop on the banks of the Indus.

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

The eco-toilet in British Columbia in Canada resembles the throne of the forest king and is able to meet the needs of even the most demanding grizzly.

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

Of course, this is not exactly what you need for fans to respect personal space, but this is the price of a natural need in the midst of the beauty of the Grand Canyon.

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

These paradisiacal abodes are nothing more than a toilet in the Vienna Schoenbrunn Palace, built in the XVII century.

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

This toilet with a panoramic view is located in Laos. Tellingly, you can use it standing, sitting and squatting, as is done in most of Asia.

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

The toilet at the Huldefossen waterfall in Norway is convenient because the noise of the water simultaneously drowns out all inappropriate sounds and stimulates the process.

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

These cabins in the style of architect Gaudi can be found in Brazil, in the resort of Praia do Forte.

In need, but not in offense: 20 most unusual public toilets

The toilet in the hut of the artist of the XIX century Giovanni Segantini allows visitors to enjoy the beautiful Alpine views.

Keywords: Positive | Design and architecture | Toilet | Unusual | Urinal

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