Look!: Concrete Pass-Through Sinks

Look!: Concrete Pass-Through Sinks

Sarah Rae Smith
Sep 2, 2008

Last time we visited Spin Pizza in Lee's Summit Missouri, we forgot to show you the bathrooms. Normally this isn't a high point to eating out, although their bathrooms are just as well designed as the rest of their restaurant. We took a break from Labor Day activities and stopped in for a bite to eat and remembered to take a trip to the little girls room for a quick photo. See how this sink goes through the wall (literally) after the jump...

You can see under the wall through to the entryway and on across to the second stall (although the camera wasn't able to manage that shot).

The concrete was poured to peak under the faucet. The water runs in different directions depending on how rambunctious you are with the hand washing.

This layout might help to understand the layout of the bathrooms a bit more. You enter into a waiting room with a sink, with doors to individual bathrooms on either side. The sink runs through the wall through all 3 rooms and is one long piece of concrete.

Photos by Jenni Brown

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