Urinal for females aims to reduce toilet queues at festivals

Urinal for females aims to reduce toilet queues at festivals

Two French architects have designed a female portable toilet for festivals and outdoor events, allowing females to relieve themselves quickly.

Dubbed the Lapee, each pink plastic structure has three urinals arranged in a spiral and a curved design that gives you privacy when doing your business. The architects’ aim is to create more gender equality, as women are left queuing for toilets without the option of urinals.

Made from strong recyclable polyethylene, Lapee is sturdy, easy to transport and easy to clean. It has a 1100 litre tank and can be fitted to an existing sewerage system. With the tank removed, Lapees can be stacked on top of each other, simplifying the transportation process.

lapee porta

For more information on the Lapee visit the official website.

Mila Riley

Mila is a German writer who has spent the past few years traveling the globe recording her experiences with pen and paper. Along the way she's also attended many festivals, cultural experiences, foods and more. While Mila isn't traveling right now due to the pandemic, she's gearing up for her next big trip in 2021 again!