SF might replace Parisian toilets, kiosks

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Another day, another well-known design potentially flushed The San Francisco Arts Commission has approved a plan to replace the 25 public toilets and 114 advertising kiosks around the city. The Art Nouveau structures, dolled up in forest green and gold, could be replaced by contemporary, streamlined structures by JCDecaux. But the new bathrooms and kiosks must clear two additional hurdles: Next stop is a visit to the Planning's Historic Preservation Commission. If and when approved, the city’s Board of Supervisors will vote whether or not to green light the designs. According to Hoodline,...

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