Catherine Bentley and Louis Hagen Hall comprise Bentley Hagen Hall, a London architecture and interior design studio. For a recent remodel of their own flat, their goal was to create a “flexible space for living/working with lots of room for storage.” Their 486-square-foot apartment has only one bathroom, for which they wanted a quiet, relaxing space. “It feels like you’re stepping away from the big, bright live/work space and into a softly lit, spa-like environment,” they say.
Photography by India Hobson, courtesy of Bentley Hagen Hall.
Frequently asked questions
What is a Tadelakt bath?
Tadelakt is a traditional Moroccan plastering technique that involves applying a lime-based plaster to surfaces using a trowel. The plaster is then polished to create a smooth, waterproof finish.
Where is the bathroom located?
The bathroom is located in London.
What is the style of the bathroom?
The bathroom has a moody and dramatic aesthetic.
What are some of the unique features of the bathroom?
The bathroom features a custom-made concrete sink, floor-to-ceiling brass shelf, and a Japanese-style wooden soaking tub.
Who designed the bathroom?
The bathroom was designed by London-based architecture and interior design studio, Amos Goldreich Architecture.
What is the price range for a Tadelakt bath?
The price range for a Tadelakt bath can vary depending on the size, complexity, and location of the project. It is best to contact a Tadelakt specialist for a quote.