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Architect Visit: Spa Bath Roundup

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Architect Visit: Spa Bath Roundup

January 8, 2012

A roundup of spa-like baths we’ve admired recently, which are from members of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory.



Above: A lush view in Louisiana, by Lang Architecture.


Above: A San Francisco house by Envelope A+D gets a sense of the outside while maintaining privacy.


Above: Overlooking the seaside in Montauk, NY, by Bates Masi + Architects. Photograph by Michael Moran.


Above: A bath in San Francisco by Cary Bernstein Architect brings the spa feeling home with a wood-slatted shower tray.


Above: CCS Architecture looked to Japanese bath houses for inspiration when creating this Palo Alto, CA, bath.


Above: Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects‘ (formerly Stelle Architects) wood-lined sauna. Photograph by Eric Piasecki.



Above: A bath in Croatia by Steven Harris Architects.



Above: A bath in Los Angeles by Michaela Scherrer Interior Design.



Above: A concrete bath niche by Michaela Scherrer Interior Design.


Above: A seed pod as soap holder; via Michaela Scherrer Interior Design.


Above: Gustave Carlson Design plays up textures in a Palo Alto bath, placing a stone wall behind a sculptural tub.


Above: Deborah Berke & Partners Architects created a fount of calm in a New York City loft.

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