Located in Strauss Park, a small green space next to Broadway, this public toilet is designed to eliminate the stigma associated with it by introducing the element of play in its design.
By turning the public toilet into a piece of playground infrastructure, it becomes an object that demands attention instead of an eye-sore. Using the attention that is directed to it, the safety of its users and proper use of the facilities can be assured.
The toilet has two levels, with an accessible cubicle at the bottom and a same-sex unit on top. Nuances are created where toilet and non-toilet users interact and monitor each other through changes in lighting conditions.