The World’s 18 Strangest Bathrooms

Perry Hiiman
September 23, 2011
The World’s 18 Strangest Bathrooms

Location:  Seattle, WA

Background: The bathrooms at Columbia Tower are some of the tallest in the world, and each 76th-floor stall has its own view of the Seattle skyline.

Why It’s Unique: “The bathroom can really be an adventure,” says Barbara Fiume, a designer for New York Kitchen and Bath. Every facility is thinking, “What’s going to be my pop? There’s no more cold, bland look as your only possibility dealing with the commercial or public bathroom.” Aside from the stunning view, each stall has marble floors, marble counters and solid brass fixtures and contains its own sink. Although the bathroom is technically women-only (Columbia Tower likes to think of the restroom as a “tranquil escape for any woman’s busy day”), it acquires frequent male visitors eager to check out the view.

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About Author

Perry Hiiman

Perry Hiiman was born and raised in Tel Aviv, Israel. He planted his roots in Manhattan, New York in 1992. A few years later, Perry met his wife and had three lovely daughters. Perry has always been excited about home improvement and design. He has been in the service industry for over 25 years. Perry and his partner founded New York Kitchen and Bath in 2001. They pioneered the One Stop Shop concept of home improvement and design firms. In addition, Perry is a New York State licensed contractor, OSHA certified, and a New York State licensed mold assessor. He specializes in custom design and is genuinely passionate about what he does—bringing people’s dream projects to life.

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