Green-roofed Public Restroom Facility in Argentina Offers Amazing River Views

by , 10/20/11

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The toilets are situated underneath a main avenue and are accessible via a ramp to the south or stairs to the north. Easy to clean and long-lasting cement surfaces cut down on maintenance, and internal doors made from galvanized sheet iron prevent vandalism. The long wavy wall in front of the basins and mirrors is made from a translucent type of U-shaped glass called Profilit. This luminous wall lets natural light in while keeping the indoors private. It’s also hygienic and is made from many easy-to-assemble long vertical panels.

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