An artist who owned a traditional home wanted a very bold, unique master suite addition. Because space was limited, and a large, open space was desired, the master bedroom and bathroom became one cohesive “wet room.” It takes a particular personality to appreciate this uncommon type of master suite, but the creativity of an artist was the perfect fuel to energize the design concept.
Minimal partitions and clean surfaces are the dominant characteristics in this design. However, functionality is not sacrificed in the minimalism, but rather highlighted in the bare exposure of fixtures and furniture. The experience in living within this space becomes intimate, natural, and open. Daylight is able to touch the entire space, and available wall space is opportune for gallery display.
Completed in 2016