Bathroom Above 15th Floor Elevator Shaft

July 28, 2012

 

This is one of four bathrooms in the PPDG penthouse designed by Hernandez Silva Arquitectos.  Located in Guadalajara, Mexico, the original 15 story building was built in the 1970s. The bathrooms sits on an abandoned elevator shaft. This was obviously a remodeled bathroom that was added into the


Its a great idea to use the abandoned space. If I was forced to use this bathroom I would have to first put a rug down so I would freak out. It would make such a good prank if the owner didn't tell someone about the bathroom before they went into it! If someone pranked me I would scream and probably jump onto the toilet. I am just really afraid of heights for some reason. I actually don't know if I would be really scared or not I guess I will have to check it out in person, or make one myself.

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