I was looking for images to associate with toilets in my post regarding more cubicles in female toilets and I stumbled upon some interesting pictures in my computer.
Back then, I work for a company that has quite interesting toilet signs.
(The male toilet sign at Biopolis buildings.)
I am not a pervert that goes around take images of toilets, I took all sorts of pictures around my work place’s environment before I left to keep it as a memory. Yes, I want to remember the toilet sign I guess.
(The female toilet sign at Biopolis buildings.)
The above image is the one you see in the limited//cubicles post.
(The handicap toilet sign at Biopolis buildings.)
The handicap toilet sign is quite artistically done too. And you wonder why these shapes and colors are chosen.
(The map of the Biopolis buildings.)
Notice the shapes and color denotations of the buildings actually form the toilet signs. I thought that was creative.
(The Biopolis toilet interior.)
Of course, the toilet itself looks great too. The toilet has a slightly futuristic look since Biopolis is a research hub. Yet the warm yellow lighting gives the user a more cosy environment.
(The Biopolis’ sink in a closer view.)
I like the sinks. It looks pretty. Unfortunately, the automatic taps can be rather annoying. It turns off the taps now and then when you are washing your hand. The technique is to move your palms as much as possible under the tap while washing your hands. Or else, the bloody tap would just turn of the water. The taps aren’t the best invention I suppose, perhaps they should fit gold taps.
(Not-so charitable it would seem for the ex-CEO of Singapore’s National Kidney Foundation to request installation of near-thousand-dollar gold tap.)