Architect Daniel Marshall Architects
This bathroom is an entirely internal space within the house, and functions both as a bathroom for the fourth bedroom and a powder room for the main living areas.
The room was imagined as a ‘cenote’, the Spanish name for a limestone sinkhole found in the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico where exquisite sunken swimming holes with stone edges rise up to the sky beyond. The room is lit by a single skylight that is the size of the shower so the tiled walls literally reach up to the sky. The top lit space is moody and glamorous. Mosaic tiles on one side catch the light and evoke the clear water of the cenote.
Materiale: Mosaic tiles are Vixel from Artedomus; Large tiles are Viva Aura Nero from Jacobsens. Fittings: Nikles XL Tèchno slide shower from Robertson Agencies.