The first of the public toilets have begun to pop up around New York City, and the NY Times christened this particular porcelain throne by cramming a bunch of people inside and describing the “space age” features of the little self-cleaning miracle.
But we like to refer to this particular one, located in Madison Square Park, home to our beloved Shake Shack, as the Pentagram Outhouse. Of course you’ll notice that it’s wrapped in the Mad Sq. Park identity by Paula Scher, but it’s also conveniently located in the park opposite Pentagram’s offices, where some creatives are using it a nice quiet place to concept.
- Hot to Cold: Bjarke Ingels Group's 'Architectural Odyssey' Bound for National Building Museum
- 'From a Spoon to a Monastery,' John Pawson on Design, Stuff, and Photography as Therapy
- Quote of Note | Rem Koolhaas
- Michael Graves and Peter Eisenman Dazzle with Comedic Stylings, Incisive Critiques