Published: 04 Aug 2016, 16:29:57
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This bathroom in a central city terrace house was designed by Archer and Wright Architects in 2015
This bathroom was highly commended in the 2015 TIDA Bathroom Awards.
In a terrace home a small internal secondary bathroom was created for the client’s children. This bathroom was to be a highly functional space that maintained the theme of sophisticated monochromatic modernity used throughout the heritage structure of the home.
Washed with daylight from a new skylight above, the black bevelled tiles over the marble clad shower/bath glisten in the mirror fronted cupboard reflection.
A single, easy care satin polyurethane panel supports the surface mounted basin and WC, and the charcoal grouted Manhattan subway tiles flank the bathroom creating a strong graphic counterpoint to the bevelled shower & bath enclosure
By using a clear, frameless hob mounted shower screen the clean open lines of the room are maintained.
The simplicity of the design of this small space conceals the substantial amounts of storage provided behind the polished aluminium framed mirrored cupboard doors, housing all manner of cleaning items, power outlets and bath-time toys.