One of CBGB’s transcendently messy, legendarily multipurpose restrooms… the club’s bathrooms, which David Byrne once described as “legendarily nasty.” …Perhaps he was referring to the dungeon-like brick walls covered in graffiti, band stickers and bodily fluids. Or the stalls without doors, removing any notion of modesty. Or perhaps he was reflecting on the period when misguided clubgoers, finding themselves in the “home of punk rock,” took it upon themselves to blow up the toilets.
via NY Times
Because certain designs that have the most impact can often be accidental.