Hay that’s fit for a King

On March 6, 2011, in Long Drops, by jason

Hay that's fit for a King

2nd Prize Winner

Exposed hay bale walls supporting a luxurious toilet seat and open plan design set against the backdrop of suburban Shirley.

 

35 Responses to Hay that’s fit for a King

  1. Daff says:

    Back in the hay day’s……………

  2. Monique says:

    “Hay” you south islanders

    Awesome initiative. We thinking of you all!

  3. al says:

    This is by far my favorite the hay will give added warmth on those cold gloomy days. I can’t see an evil southerly cooling the family jewels

  4. Hash says:

    Seems like you are farming!

  5. don says:

    non smokers toilet obviously

  6. Jenko says:

    It looks a bit like a nativity scene

  7. Tricia Eising says:

    This is probably the best. Shelter and a proper toilet seat.

  8. alison says:

    it has everything except no 8 wire!

  9. Idiot4Hire says:

    And if you run out of loo-roll there is always plenty of straw on hand!

  10. adele says:

    love this, kiwi sure do have sense of humour, keep it coming.

  11. adele says:

    love this, kiwis do have sense of humour, keep it coming.

  12. Kiwi Dot From Gold Coast says:

    Hope any hay eating animals are fenced off, could be a fair bit of munching going on in here otherwise – Good On you Shirley resident – looks real cosy

  13. Avonlea Sydney says:

    Getting caught with your pants down. Great design but I hope there is a door.

  14. Mel says:

    Very good!! Very handy man you got there Mrs King!!

  15. Mich says:

    Well done! This one is fantastic! Great thinking!! Keep up the great work Christchurch!

  16. Stacey says:

    Now thats what I call 5 star =)

  17. Elena says:

    That is so funny

  18. Elena says:

    Hope they don’t have any farm animals!

  19. Dawn says:

    I love this. What a resilient bunch you NZ’ers are!! I’d feel privileged to use a loo like this. The thoughts and prayers of the Aussies are with you all.

  20. Deb Moore says:

    Kiwi ingenuity at it’s best. All are worthy of a prize!

  21. aussiekiwi says:

    Takes ‘strawbale building’ to a whole new level! Wishing you the best from Aussie!

  22. Amanda says:

    Hiya. I have visions of someone trying to smoke a secret ciggie in your loo and dropping it when he hear someone coming LOL . You may need to put a No Smoking sign up. Hehehe. I absolutely adore the spirit of Kiwis when times are desperate. You guys are the salt of the earth, and I am proud to be a citizen of this beautiful country.

  23. I always thought we had the best outdoor loos when I lived in the bush; but mmmm the mother of reinvention is pitching some very fierce competition……….I have never taken an indoor flush-loo for granted since the bush-years! Go, guys!!! Our flushie has withstood thus far!!

  24. Colleen Fourie says:

    No horsing about in this loo! Rather too much insect life in Africa for this to catch on here; but I wish your attitude would. Love you New Zealanders!

  25. josh says:

    for a tip u should cover the front ov it couse u may get a couple of splats LOL!!! nice toilet… :D

  26. ThePeach says:

    Perfect…
    Except perhaps a guard to protect the back of your legs from wayward missiles.

  27. Hans Wouters says:

    With the colder nights coming on that would have to be the warmest longdrop – gets my vote!

  28. Kristi says:

    I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll plow your ”dunny” down..
    If the dunny is made of straw, your house must be made of sticks or bricks..
    You will be warm and cosy when you do ”do”..
    Well done, it gets my vote!!

  29. Ali says:

    Trust the path to peaceful regal comfort isn’t too labyrinthine

  30. Melanie Prince says:

    LOVE IT! …… Rustic yet comfortable. Nicer than the toilet I have in my home…. Might get you over to build ……..

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