Contemporary master suite in white and light grey with wading basins, geometric forms
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Modern master suite by architect Anthony Rechichi features wading basins, angular freestanding bathtub, stone tiles
Space is often considered the ultimate luxury, and that is precisely what this suite offers. Architect Anthony Rechichi planned the layout so there would be enough room for a separate shower and toilet room.
"This leaves the main bathroom area as a true sanctuary that can be left open to the bedroom, although there is a sliding door to close it off if required," he says.
Rechichi placed two long his-and-hers vanities with light grey Villeroy & Boch wading basins at right angles.
"Recessed mirrored toekicks reflect the room and give the impression the vanity units are cantilevered, while concealing the plumbing services," the architect says.
The composition reinforces a design theme seen throughout the home, whereby solids are contrasted with voids, and there are light versus heavy elements, and varying layers of the colour white.
A large rectangular Kaldewei Conoduo tub forms the centrepiece – this is raised on a tile slab and appears to slot into the stone surround like a 3-D puzzle.
First published date: 28 July 2015
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