High Concept Peeing


We await the day when club owners will stop paying people to “design” things like giant plastic womens legs over the bar, and instead spend that cash on more worthwhile additions like intelligently designed urinals. Designer Philip Watts has two models that we love: the Spoon and the Pale Ale.

The former has a sleek, tapered shape and elegant curves that could possibly turn peeing into a classy experience, and the latter does the opposite, by making you feel like you’re peeing into a tin bucket. We especially love the bucket one for its faux-rusticness; peeing in that thing would be like standing around the junkyard with your buddies and having a pee, except when you’re finised there is an attendant to hand you a paper towel.

Urinals [Philip Watts Design]

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One Comment

  • steven

    As the former manager of several nightclubs, I would estimate the teardrop shape at the bottom of the first urinal would last about a day before some belligerant drunk kicked it in and the bucket one would be torn off the pedestal almost immediately. For whatever reason, a bar’s plumbing brings out the agressive impulses of people and the women’s restrooms take even more damage than the men’s.

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