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Colour you can pee

Colour you can pee

Not the most glamorous of subjects, but curious from a design point of view nevertheless. And it’s not the first time we’ve ventured into urinal territory. Last year we featured a blog on Yeongwoo Kim’s all-in-one urinal featuring a built in sink. But this latest urinal development is a little more colourful, even if the maker still remains a mystery. 

Introducing the Thermochromic Urinal, featuring a heat sensitive wall that reacts to temperatures of urine. The most common colours? Yellow, orange and red, apparently.

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