A creative architect from the Australian design company Minosa Design is the responsible person for this marvelous modern bathroom, which is a part of the beautiful and momentous apartment near the Sydney Harbor Bridge. The name of this innovative project is Walsh Bay Residence. You definitely notice the sophisticated approach towards configuration and usage of high-end furnishings. As the couple has a cultured lifestyle, the designers needed to meet very specific needs of the owners. You can find it also in the dressing room and the master bedroom, as they are blended and are located to each other. A snazzy semi-minimalism and an unbridled modernism are showcased, thanks to the materials that are used in the bathroom’s design.
The bathroom come alive owing to the smartly placed recessed LED lighting and through it the clean and crisp look of the area seems further accentuated. As we can see the bedroom and the bathroom are connected through the dress room and to make sure that a natural light is coming from the bedroom, it was used grey transparent sliding door system Valeria by Rimadesio. What we love about the bathroom are a floating vanity unit and a freestanding bath from Antonio Lupi.
In their brief, the clients were looking for fresh, high-end, and modern design. We can agree that their expectations were meet because every inclusion: a freestanding bath, efficient storage solutions, quality fittings and fixtures, double basins, separate shower, good use of natural light and no grout; was included in the project.
The rich and ravishing appeal that is exuded by the bathroom is completed by the pristine white Corian walls and exquisite oak flooring. The understated class of the space is added by the smart pendant shelves, lovely oval mirrors above the vanity and a beautiful tapware from Gessi Goccia. The final result become a natural extension of the other part of this home and definitely gives is a new view into the work of the designers Simona Castagna and Darren Genner from Minosa.