I personally dislike going to public washrooms, I always wait to the last minute to the point of no return.. I believe that I have been traumatised by the hole in the ground of a few washrooms I have visited in my travels, I truly appreciated the ones that had handles that you could hold on to, but they were few.
I admit that I would not hesitate one second to go in these gorgeous washrooms, as a matter of fact I am looking forward to it, enjoy the visit….
The following bathrooms are a meeting between art and industry, Kohler commissioned artists from all over the world and gave them the opportunity to create a bathroom of their own at the Kohler foundries and use all the most recent technology.
John Kohler’s Art Center is located at 608 New York avenue Sheboyan Wi. and the visit is free..
The women’s room hand painted porcelain tiles by Cynthia Consentino….
Courtesy of John Michael Kohler Art Center
The Atrium men’s washroom
Matt Nolen’s The social history of architecture is represented on the tiles from Ancient Egypt to modern times…The Atrium men’s washroom
Philosopher Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s quote below the ceiling..
“Whatever you can do or dream, you can begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it.”
Casey O’connor’s Chilhood vitreous
Carter Kustera Tell me something I don’t already know…
Sheboyan’s men’s washroom by Ann Agee
The cobalt blue tiles are inspired by Delft and Staffordshire ceramics.
Via Travel and leisure
Below ground Public bathroom at Alexander Platz Berlin Germany
located in Front of the C&A Store..
Saunders Architecture Norway
I suppose you have to be in good shape to visit these 2 washrooms, but a bit of trekking is good for the souls. They are located Along the Aurlandsfjellet “snow road” at Stegastein, in Western Norway’s Sogn district.
In Tokyo at Daimaru department store
The Toto toilets seat are heated ( a dream come true, after 8 years of cold seats in a boarding school) and you can choose the sound of the flushing ”Running brooks or Ocean waves” cooool…..
Public toilets in Paris designed by Patrick Jouin has a Zen meditation look….