Public toilets are honest footprints of our culture. It is a reflection of genuine social behaviour and responsibility of the governance summing up to give a testimony of multi-dimensional social aspects. Deciphering the layers of association between public toilets and social dimensions would open opportunities of exploring and engaging with the phenomenon in multiple ways.
The research traces three major aspects relating to public toilets.
Toilet stands as a testimony of the culture and mindset of a society which roots itself to the behaviour of each individual using it.
The built structure and its facilities being the tangible aspect to which people relate, the image put forth by it is instrumental in deciding its equitable usage.
Maintenance and timely monitoring of toilets often pose a conflicted sense of ownership among the users, the toilet keepers and the providers.
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