Stormtech’s linear drains are a seamless addition to shower spaces drastically improving mobility and accessibility in often crowded bathrooms and facilities.
Whether designing for commercial, residential or hospitality projects, there are universal considerations when specifying bathroom products. Budget, timeframe and quality are always key concerns, but another feature has become just as integral to every specification: sustainability.
Rogerseller expands its bathroom fixture selection with the addition of several bathroom essentials that keep in line with Rogerseller’s legacy of showcasing elegant designs of the highest quality.
This week on Habitus Living, we chat to Melbourne-based interior designer Chelsea Hing of namesake practice Chelsea Hing. Chelsea is passionate about residential interiors, and since establishing her own business in 2007 she has worked on both large and small scale residential projects. We ask Chelsea about her thoughts on the kitchen and bathroom, and some of the key design considerations to take into account when embarking on the design of these two important spaces.
Flush-plates and concealed cisterns are not the most attention-grabbing details of a project. However in design, as Van der Rohe famously observed, it is in the details that God resides.
As a place to unwind and relax, or reinvigorate for the day ahead, your shower and bath is important. Here we’ve selected a range of products that know the meaning of luxury when it comes to bathing.
Above: Brandling street Home by Elaine Richardson Architects / Photography by Florian Grohen 1 | Neutral Bay House, Sydney Downie North Architects / Photography by Felipe Neves Full story here 2 | Balaclava House, Balaclava ArchiBlox / Photography by Tom Ross Reece basin. Tiles by National Tiles. 3 | Wiston Gardens House, […]
As we prepare for the Habitus Kitchen & Bathroom Special, we look at a beautiful collaboration between Stockholm based designers John Astbury and Kyuhyung Cho, inspired by the ritual of bathing.