LINDSAY BATHROOM ALTERATIONS
Located in a beautiful octagonal-plan artists home in Glen Forrest, AYMOTH has been commissioned to design a bathroom to suit the eclectic style of the home's artist owner. Leaking, dated, and disfunctional, the current bathroom sports a foot-wash (similar to a bidet) a leaking shower cubicle, and 4 full walls of lovely but overwhelming vintage tiles. The bathroom also suffers from the no-window-curse, and so a beautiful and natural light giving voided sky-window will be employed.
Currently at initial design phase, we provided a few options for our client, based on some healthy design discussions on site discussing both of our ideas.
Eclectic but restrained in style, with the enthusiastic use of unconventional materials.
Retention of some features, including one wall of retro tiles, and a rowboat oar towel rail.
Materials palette of concrete, recycled timber, and copper.
Strong emphasis on using reclaimed materials.
DESIGN + DOCUMENTATION: Engaged January 2015 | Currently in sketch design phase