Looks like Sean is hitting the big time. His mug is on prominently on display in an interview article written about him by Engineering.com. It's good to see someone from the community here get some recognition from the outside world.
Everybody click the link above and go read Sean's story. Congrats Sean!
We all have seen the relentless help offered by Sean on this forum over the past several years. Should this be called just the tip of the iceberg? for now his enormous job responsibilities and the varied and myriad projects as part of his job are also known.
So much enthusiasm and energy - admirable and awe-inspiring at the same time !
Way to go, Sean.
But OK now, WTF is a "lobster loo" and, assuming I know what the main part is for, what is that tail section for?
Thanks guys!....had this interview with Kyle while we were at Great American Ballpark, for SEU15. [still quietly buzzing, that actually happened, by the way ]
Bruce, other than them being located next to a wharf, in our capital city, Wellington. The "Lobster" themed [architects idea, not mine] "Kumutoto" toilets are more an art piece, that happens to be functional...........the "tail" part of them is an air exhaust duct from the cabin.
More pics on our Streetscape - Facebook page,...>here<....that show the design & fabrication, including some of the internal steel & timber fit out also.
Design Manager Streetscape Limited
Solid Edge ST10 [MP2] Classic [x2 seats]
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I don't want to take anything away from Sean's cool article.