The best public toilets in the world

Visitors to the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, are in awe of the creations in the building by contemporary artist Matt Nolen. His designs are impressing with their bold colors and skillful brush strokes. But what has most impacted visitors, and something that you should not miss and use if you visit the city, are its public services .

The truth is that when you go on a trip , whether for work or vacation, the bathrooms become a very important part of the trip. Something essential is cleanliness, the rest (classic, modern, etc.) is surely less relevant. In New Zealand you will find other amazing bathrooms. Built in 1997 by the architect and artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser, this kind of temple with its columns, mosaics and stained glass windows will make you have a good time. The eco-smart building incorporates a real tree, and plant-decorated ceilings.

Other models that you can find around the world are the incredible and modern cylinders that are being placed in some cities such as: Urilift in Cambridge Circus in London, in Amsterdam Rembrandtplein, Shaftesbury Square in Belfast, and in other cities throughout Europe . These stainless steel cylinders perform their function perfectly and also incorporate a special system by which the floor is automatically cleaned every few minutes.

Other public toilets that you should visit are:

– Charmin Restrooms, Times Square, New York City
– JCDecaux Public Toilets by Patrick Jouin, Paris
– Daimaru Department Store, Tokyo