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Designer shoes, bags and door furniture may come as standard, but aficionados of all things labelled will be literally bursting to discover Philip Watts' new designer loo. The Spoon urinal has been created in response to a 'complete lack of respect for one of the most unappreciated but most important areas of our lives'. Having worked traditionally with cast metals rather than porcelain, Watts was inspired to create a smooth, sculptural form - it may look delicate but the enamelling process protects it against knocks and abuse from cigarettes. And for coordinating loos, designers have the flexibility to specify any colour they wish.

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