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  • Clayarch Restroom Facilities
  • The modern day restroom that we know today has not been in existence for a long period of time. Previously in history, the toilet was regarded as an unhygienic dirty place. However, today, restroom is regarded as a symbol of cleanness, individualism and one that evokes a sensual emotion. The restroom is a critical factor in architecture, and it aptly combines ceramics as the toilet bowl is made from clay. At the Clayarch Gimhae Museum visitors can encounter a unique experience by using our restroom facilities. The designer for the toilet was selected through an open competition therefore the design itself is interesting. The museum’s symbol and emblem are decorated on hand-made Chinese porcelain tiles and this is a part of the toilet decoration. There are various other art pieces that decorate the toilet and through such a display, the restroom also becomes another exhibition space.

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