Concept: The small, semicircular room is straight out of a nuclear submarine; perhaps the cascading water indicates a leak in the hull.
Privacy: Plenty, if you know to push one of the mirrored walls (actually hidden doors) and claim an isolation chamber-type stall. But absolutely none if you’re side-by-side at the urinal, which barely accommodates two and is as brightly lit as an operating table.
Amenities: None, really, unless you count the automatic hand dryer.
Drawbacks: By the looks of the floor, not everyone seems to understand that you’re supposed to aim into the water stream, not simply create one of your own. Washing up at the small marble sink, you’re just as close to the person next to you as you were at the urinal; at this point you might as well invite him back to your table.
Strategy: Unless you’re an exhibitionist, don’t go chasing waterfalls. It’s all about the stalls here.
Rating: — Daniel Maurer