When designer Maureen Doherty called on architect Jonathan Tuckey to renovate the mews next door to her shop, she knew she wanted a bathhouse somewhere in the building. In an unusual move, Tuckey’s team annexed half of the ground floor to create a bathhouse with radiant heating, integrated drainage, and a custom Badbox from Studio Anna van der Lei.
The bathhouse is as custom as it gets (we can’t all have Tuckey to kit out our spas), but the individual elements can be copied; here’s a list of sources.
Faucets & Fixtures
Small AccessoriesN.B.: This post is an update; the original ran on October 3, 2017.
More Japanese-inspired design:
- Moth: A Trove of Japanese and Scandinavian Design, in Chicago
- Object of Desire: An Award-Winning Trash Can from Japan
- Otonali, a Japanese-Inspired Restaurant in Brittany