Going to a public toilet is usually a real nightmare, with rare exceptions – it’s dirty, there’s no toilet paper, no soap and don’t even get me started on the cleanliness. But when you gotta go, you gotta go, so we cross our fingers and hope that we’ll run on at least decent toilet. But there is one public toilet that is not like the others.
Located in Norway at the Ureddplassen rest area, this place will actually make you want to go. With exquisite design, you would think that is some fancy place for tourists, but you’d be wrong. Designed by Marit Justin Haugen and Dan Zohar, architects from Oslo, the public toilet will trick your mind into thinking that is some kind of an art installation with its futuristic design. You can also get a breathtaking view from here, because the place is surrounded by the sea and lot of fjords, and if you’re lucky, you might even catch a sight of the unforgettable Aurora Borealis.
This restroom is part of the Helgelandskysten scenic route, and it can be found on the road Fv17, so if you ever go there, you know where to stop.