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Quantum Windows & Doors | Lane Williams Architecture Asian Bathroom, Seattle

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This asian influenced contemporary home features Quantum’s custom wood Euro Series Windows. Of particular architectural note are the custom Lift & Slide partition panels flanking the master bath. The pocketing window panels measure just under 5 feet tall and slide along tracks to disappear into the exterior walls. This configuration allows for a virtually unobstructed 10 foot opening with which the homeowners can experience the outdoors from within.

Leading into the dining room are a pair of 4 panel interior sliding doors. Mirroring these same panel specifications are the exterior doors. Here at the home’s main entrance are double Hinged doors inlaid with obscured glass and flanked with top awning architectural windows.
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Ellie Stark wrote:
Bath tub - I love it how deep is it
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This might answer some questions. Coop 15 Architecture commented in another thread of questioning regarding the tub:

"You're correct, it's not practical for everyday bathing, it's meant as a special occasion sanctuary. Typically when we've done these they're are meant to function as Ofuro, which are for relaxation and meditation vs bathing. Because you bathe prior to entering a filter isn't necessary but they do indeed take a significant amount of water to fill.
see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Furo for more.
This particular tub was a custom design and it's built like a swimming pool with a filter etc"
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Leslie Bugio
Stunning....
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bennetthome7 wrote:
Bath tub - What type of bath tub is that? It's really, really nice.
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Michele Dorchak
I love it Coop. :)
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Custom Doors

Borano Doors, Inc. in Miami, FL. Visit our website at www.borano.com or e-mail me at claudia@borano.com. We specialize in custom mahogany wood doors, windows, and IPE wood cladding.


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autumnandjasoncrawford wrote:
Love the doors! - Where are those doors form and what would something like that cost? Absolutely love them!
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Not my project but I can tell you from experience that these are custom doors and as far as the price, "if you have to ask, you can't afford them".

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@autumnandjasoncrawford - please feel free to contact us at qsales@quantumwindows.com. All our products are custom manufactured according to architectural specifications. We would love to create anything you have in mind!

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jb54 wrote:
Would love to see the rest of this house - Any chance you have more photos?
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Absolutely - here are some more pics, as well as a link to our website portfolio: http://www.quantumwindows.com/contemporary-projects.aspx?item=22
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cavgirl01
Do you have source information for the round inset pocket door handles? They are just what I am looking for right now. Thank you!
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Hxchidori Reign wrote:
Question - Who's home is this and what inspired their choice in the Japanese style bathing area?
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Thank you for your inquiry! We manufactured the windows and doors in this home and as policy we never disclose any of our homeowner's information. If you would like more information on the inspiration behind the design, please contact the architect directly as he was the genius behind everything! Lane Williams Architects can be found at: http://www.houzz.com/pro/lanewilliamsarchitects/lane-williams-architects

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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Why Is There a Bathtub in the Backyard?
This bathroom, by Lane Williams Architecture, has Japanese-inspired custom lift-slide partition panels by Quantam Windows and Doors. This allows the bather to let the outside in when the mood strikes.
Laura Gaskill added this to Simple Pleasures: Get Centered
Soak. Just because it’s a cliché doesn’t mean it’s not also totally wonderful. Make like a Japanese teahouse and bring in a pot of hot tea to sip while you soak, lower the lights and have something beautiful to look at, whether it’s a view out the window to a private garden or simply a potted plant or vase of flowers.Tell us: Do you practice a mindful activity?More: 19 Dream Tubs for Bath Lovers

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Dabar added this to master bedroom
I would love to have one for master bathroom. The woods door or window style s a great idea.
p Warren added this to Windows
This is my favorite for the Master bathroom but probably way too elaborate and expensive.
magpiewoods added this to 1135 Fillmore
More Japanese Onsen dreams. Great windows too

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