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Loos

Adolf . 1870--1933, Austrian architect: a pioneer of modern architecture, noted for his plain austere style in such buildings as Steiner House, Vienna (1910)
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"We have braille menus, vegan menus and disabled access because we want to make sure we're as inclusive as possible, and being part of the Use Our Loos campaign is an important element of that.
Those who sign up will also appear on the Great British Public Toilet Map, an interactive street map which directs people to their nearest available public loo.
The local community converted a bland red brick toilet block from the former railway station into a public loo full of statues, mosaics and paintings.
The success comes in the 2017 Loo of the Year Awards which aims to give public conveniences a cleaner image.
"Is great that this has been recognised by the inspectors." Loo of the Year Awards organiser Mike Bone, said: "The toilets at The Hedgeford Lodge have been designed and fitted out to a very high standard and are both clean and well maintained.
On World Toilet Day, the lid was lifted on St John's Shopping Centre achieving a platinum star rating in the 2015 Loo of the Year Awards.
The British Toilet Association fears hundreds of public loos are under threat from such cuts.
Manager of The Ernest Willows Danielle Stephens, who has run the pub with husband John for almost seven years, said: "Loos are not just loos, they are part of the experience.
A leading manufacturer of heating boilers, hot water boilers and steam boilers in Europe, Loos International has delivered nearly 100,000 boilers to about 140 countries throughout the world.
La estetica de Loos tambien se oponia radicalmente a la de la Secesion vienesa.