The team of 20 architects came up with 20 different designs which were applied to the 20 latrines, and later on replicated over another 100 latrines. The designs were constructed with brick for both economic and aesthetic reasons. The architects wanted to use a local material familiar to the villagers so that they can replicate the designs and build on their own later on. Moreover, the bricks have infinite layout possibilities, and only limited by one’s creativity. The latrines showcase the natural profile of the local bricks, with its terra cotta colour complementing the sites, which are typically an open space of bare earth and greenery.