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Thursday, December 08, 2016

Today's archidose #933

Here are photos of two public toilets in Shodoshima, Japan, each photographed by Ken Lee.

Hideyuki Nakayama Architecture, 2016:
Public toilet, Shodoshima, Japan
Public toilet, Shodoshima, Japan
Public toilet, Shodoshima, Japan
Public toilet, Shodoshima, Japan

Tato Architects, 2013:
Public toilet, Shodoshima, Japan
Public toilet, Shodoshima, Japan
Public toilet, Shodoshima, Japan
Public toilet, Shodoshima, Japan

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1 comment:

  1. Public toilets might be a good thing for people in NYC who have no toilet to use during the day. Maybe they could get a shower, too, and new clean clothes. New clean clothes cost virtually nothing. The only expenses are the cost of the structure and maintenance. Half of Bryant Park should be devoted to this, then it won't be in anyone's backyard.

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