British architect Laura Jane Clark converted underground abandoned public restrooms in London into an upscale flat for her and her husband. They acquired the property for $32, 000 and spent another $90,000 for reconstruction.
The 600 sq. ft. space was built in the 1920s and used until 1980s.
"Swinestein’s Home for Old Gentlemen," an early masterpiece by underground comix legend, S. Clay Wilson, 1963. From Rebel Visions: The Underground Comix Revolution by Patrick Rosenkranz, published by Fantagraphics, 2008.