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Publicly Convenient Architectures

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A community for reviewing the architectural features of toilets around the world.

One of the little known features of the world's streets, hotels, restaurants and public houses is the public convenience. Often looked down on, the lavatory can be a significant design and architectural achievement on its own.

It's time to celebrate the public convenience. Wherever it is, whatever it is.

Photos of design features welcome.

Please keep everything PG12 or better, and focus on the design and architecture!

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