Tuesday, 3 July 2012

Rock My World - Bathrooms

The bathroom from yesterday's Cliff Face House post is hard to beat but these two bathrooms featuring  stone and pebbles also caught my eye this week.

Below is Casa San Miguel De Allende in Mexico designed be David Howell architecture and Interior Design. The pebble wall is made all the more special by the ceiling height - impressive, and the stone basins, the larger of which reminds me of an agricultural trough, are unique and tactile.

Reminiscent of the Cliff Face House from yesterday this Swedish villa bathroom was designed by Wingardhs design studio (image via interiorarcade.com) and the entire house has been carved into the solid rock of the hillside with a big chunk featured in the bathroom - another great example of a building having a solid connection to it's place and a bathing space having a real sense of being in nature.

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