Some simple but fun & uplifting artwork on this washroom wall at Escondite, a rustic Mexican restaurant & bar in downtown Montreal. The sink was the pièce de résistance.
A very happy loo at this hip Aussie cafe, Golden Gecko, in Toronto’s westside
It’s pretty normal to queue for an hour or more for a decent Montreal brunch as I did here at Arthurs Nosh Bar but it’s so much more worth it when there’s an awesome restroom
Dan from Toilography went to Embassy Bar in Toronto’s Kensington Market, a bohemian area renowned for its street art. The words of wisdom graffitied onto these washroom walls certainly didn’t disappoint.
Dan from Toilography went to Assiniboine Park in Winnipeg and saw these funky shipping container toilets, as well as a statue of a rather famous bear named Winnie. Take a look at the video here:
The park’s washrooms were constructed in 2013 and have even picked up a couple of design awards in the years that followed. I was definitely glad to have had the chance to come here!
It might not be the most interesting loo to look at, but it’s a pretty cool concept. MEC in downtown Winnipeg has a composting toilet on their second floor, the contents of which is collected in the floor below and used as fertilizer.
I’ve since found out MEC has a Green Buildings initiative, of which the Winnipeg outlet was the first retail building in the country to comply with a national standard of reducing energy consumption by 50%. The composting toilet is of course part of this initiative. Good stuff!!