The World’s Best Washroom?

The Seattle Children’s Museum has one of the nicest washrooms I’ve ever encountered:

Note the colourful decor, the changing mat, the sinks of various heights, and the sparkling cleanliness.

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Steven Garrity's picture
Steven Garrity on December 19, 2003 - 01:09

The washroom at Cora’s was surprisingly pleasant. However, when I told others of this, they asked if perhaps I was not in the gender-appropriate washroom. I was not able to confirm or deny this.

Al O'Neill's picture
Al O'Neill on December 19, 2003 - 14:04

The ladies’ washroom in the grad student lounge at Aldan Knowlan House here at UNB has a couch in it.

A couch.

The men’s washroom has a bench.

I may be after changing the plates on the doors as a form of civil disobedience. Right after we put up a plaque for the digital systems group above our usual table.

Peter Rukavina's picture
Peter Rukavina on December 19, 2003 - 15:49

My first exposure to public washrooms was at the YMCA, where there was a mens and a womens across the hall from the Crafts Room. One day I was walking down the hall, and a woman came out of the womens, and through the door I spotted a couch. I simply assumed from that point onwards that all womens washrooms had couches. Catherine claims this isn’t true.

dave m's picture
dave m on December 19, 2003 - 16:02

actually it looks alot like what i imagine the washroom would be for this building, http://www.kunstler.com/eyesor…, which daniel pointed to on his site.

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