Scott Becker | Architect
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Solace Bath

Our client wished for a bath retreat drawn from spa resort experiences in diverse locations such as Bali, Indonesia & Reykjavik, Iceland, that share an affinity for rich natural materials. The mood was to be serene, introverted, Zen. We responded with a simple plan for the compact space which treats the room as furniture, with fine handcrafted details, supple colors and textures, and surprise effects from indirect light.
Project Year: 2014
Project Cost: $25,001 - $50,000
Country: United States
Zip Code: 98177
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Standard three fixture bath was gutted, extended & redesigned as a spa retreat with custom stone soaking tub. Photo: Sozinho Imagery
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Iroko wood strips spill from the tub deck, to the step at the floor in a continuous woven curtain. Back painted glass tile at the ceiling reflects the water below. Stacked pencil porcelain tile at the walls provides a fabric-like texture, also reminiscent of fine wood louvers. Tub & niches were water-jet cut from basaltina slab. Woodwork: Barneswood Stone & Tile: Mark Weisha...More
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Detail at iroko wood decking. Each panel is friction-fit with stainless dowel to be removed for cleaning. Photo: Sozinho Imagery
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LED-lit Stone niches contain raku pottery from Iceland. Photo: Sozinho Imagery
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Brushed aluminum trim at vanity mirror mimics the factory finish of the Artemide light fixtures. Metalwork: Argent Photo: Sozinho Imagery
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