The Kumutoto Toilets by Studio Pacific Architecture Challenge Stereotypes

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Jul 18, 2012 • References: & frameweb
The Kumutoto Toilets by Studio Pacific Architecture are located in the heart of Wellington, New Zealand. These washrooms feature a bold design that aims to challenge common public lavatory stereotypes. Showcasing curved and elongated forms, each of the two washrooms contain a toilet along with an additional storage area.

Resembling large slug-like structures, architect Stephen McDougall and his team's creations are true examples of innovative thinking and artful architecture.

The 26.5 square meter Kumutoto Toilets by Studio Pacific Architecture make using a public washroom fun instead of a dreaded task. The opposite of traditional, these washrooms are the epitome of cool, featuring modern design elements and a facade that is both sculptural and structurally sound. Stats for Slug-Inspired Lavatories Trending: Older & Chilly
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