GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Hollywood Hills ResidenceModern Bathroom, Los Angeles

A Philippe Starck tub occupies an over-scaled window box above the entry.

Small minimalist master beige tile and porcelain tile porcelain floor freestanding bathtub photo in Los Angeles with white walls and engineered quartz countertops —  Houzz
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This photo has 5 questions
mellle wrote:Mar 17, 2013
  • mellle
    No thanks. I know about those options, but I do appreciate your offer to help. What I was interested in was knowing what was used/done in the photo.
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    Griffin Enright Architects
    It is not a shade, is is frosted glass.
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bonnmom wrote:Apr 11, 2012

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Bryan Anthony added this to The Art of the Window: 10 Ways to Elevate Your BathroomJul 23, 2015

    3. Frosted glass. Frosted glass is an obvious choice for concealment. But to minimize exposure while maximizing connection to the outdoors, leave the upper panes clear and frost the lower third or half of the window. Just be sure to confirm early in the design process that when you’re standing, the frosted area will cover everything it needs to cover.Tub: Starck, Duravit

    Eric Reinholdt, Architect added this to Design Workshop: The Many Highlights of TranslucencyNov 1, 2013

    An entire glazed wall in a bathroom is made possible by translucency. A simple horizon line marks the boundary between etched glass and clear glass, demarcating a private zone. A ribbon of trees and sky becomes a natural clerestory, while the translucent wainscoting preserves privacy. Directly contrasting the transparent and translucent reinforces the inherent qualities of each.

    John Hill added this to The Bay Window Goes ModernSep 14, 2013

    But in the bathroom the translucent strip is higher so one can take a bath in privacy — and still have a view of the sky.

    Lawrence Karol added this to Houzz Tour: Motley to Modern in the Hollywood HillsMar 14, 2012

    "The Duravit bathtub is right above you as you enter the house," says Griffin. "You can kind of see its shadow, and it's almost voyeuristic." The height of the laminated glass was set for just the right amount of privacy.More:Innovative Modern Design in L.A.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    kjfarren15 added this to Master bathroomMay 27, 2019

    Change faucet to be at end of tub because of space

    Rachel Nolte added this to Rachel's ideasMay 21, 2019

    Could we just frost part way up the window?

    karlien1982 added this to Loft IdeesMay 14, 2019

    Huge venster met frosting goeie plan

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