As part of its ongoing reinvention of the self, the Philadelphia International Airport is now transforming its bathrooms, which have needed the attention. Of course, Rome wasn’t built in a day, and nor were the Roman baths. The 12 PHL restrooms finished so far–in the US Airways terminal–are just the beginning of a massive interior design and architecture project helmed by transportation specialists Kelly/Maiello Architects, who have managed to make even Philly’s security checkpoints look sleek.
New bathrooms at PHL. Image: CDA&I Architecture & Interiors