When Alloy Workshop were asked by their customers to assemble a bathroom that used to be impressed by one of their approved abstract artists, Piet Mondrian, they did lawful that.
The trend designer’s description
The customers for this diminutive bathroom project are passionate art fanatics and asked the architects to assemble a situation in accordance with the work of one of their approved abstract painters, Piet Mondrian. Mondrian used to be a Dutch artist associated with the De Stijl crawl which diminished designs down to long-established rectilinear forms and major colours internal a grid.
Alloy aged floor to ceiling recycled glass tiles to re-define Mondrian’s compositions, the utilization of blocks of colour in a white grid of tile to delineate situation and the functions at some stage in the diminutive room. A pink block of colour is recessed and turns steady into a distinct segment, a blue block is a shower seat, a yellow rectangle connects shower fixtures with the drain.
The bathroom additionally has many rising outdated-in-position assemble factors which were a priority for the shoppers. There is a zero clearance entrance to the shower. We widened the doorway for bigger accessibility and put in a pocket door to place situation. ADA compliant grab bars were positioned to praise the tile composition.
Originate: Alloy Workshop
Pictures: Andrea Hubbell