The entrance to the bath is on axis with the high point of the vaulted ceiling opposite the long double sink limestone counter. To provide flexibility with the vanity mirror locations and to avoid interrupting the existing window, two movable mirrors operate like a shoji screen along a wooden track. The upper track of the shoji mirrors is an integral trim detail that serves as a material transition throughout the space.
To one side of the vanity counter is the dressing area with built-in dresser drawers and his and hers closet spaces. At the other end of the vanity counter is a wet room which houses a doorless shower area discreetly tucked behind a toilet room, and a large raised platform tub surrounded by windows looking onto the private backyard and Meydenbauer Bay.
Upon completion of the bathroom, the client additionally approached us to assist in the remodel of the kitchen area. Once again, our primary goal was to efficiently meet the programmatic requirements and compliment the strong style of the existing home. With pure and simple form and detail, we created a very attractive functional space that only enhances the elegance of this striking home.