Category : Bathroom Posted : 28/03/2023


These are renders of a residence that we’ve been working on currently, where three bathrooms were of the exact same sizes. To maintain homogeneity we kept the material consistent in all. We wanted to create a simple space for them but at the same time kept a bit of design element by way of the mirrors. Grey marble with red veins forms the base material for all three bathrooms while the highlighter marble varies.


The first is the client’s parents’ toilet. For this bath space we went for an Italian Statuario marble with grey veins to match the base marble. We picked an under-mount sink for the basin with a quirky mirror to maintain the clean look; while the brushed brass-finish fittings complete the space.


The second is the master bathroom for the client. For this bath space, we kept the material palette similar to the parents’ room. Considering the client’s age and preferences but keeping it different and edgy, we played around with the design of the vanity and mirror. We added a bronze mirror on the backsplash with grooved Statuario marble behind the glass.


The third belongs to the client’s brother. He likes dark spaces, so we went for a moody vibe. We picked a black highlighter marble with grooved wood for the mirror wall to complement the base grey marble, and included hanging pendant lights. The fixtures are in a brushed nickel finish to complete the masculine and broody aesthetic.


Shraddha Kamath, Principal Architect, Tangram, Bengaluru


“I started my firm with the belief that architecture serves as a bridge to connect nature, culture, and people to strive for a better quality of living. By drawing perspectives from various sources like everyday life, eclectic expertise, Indian culture, pop culture, art; we seek fundamentals in architecture and to interpret and integrate them into one diverse design-language.” 



Text by: The Blue Pencil Design Company

Images Courtesy: Tangram 

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