As with many Dutch Housing Commissioned apartments, there used to be a separate bathroom with an adjacent toilet in this Amsterdam Oost house. The challenge was to unite both spaces into one, fitting all the regular elements into a compact space, as well as carve out enough room to make space for a new bathtub.
Our client asked for a minimalist approach with earthen, neutral tones and we responded by choosing beton cire for the walls in sahara color, paired with small format Mosa tiles from their scene collection – earthy and irregular.
We then designed the custom-made sink cabinet in massive oak and used the same materials and construction for the bigger cabinet around the wc in order to create a unified outlook and provide extra bath linen storage space.
To complete the minimal footprint of the renovation, we replaced the door with a frameless sliding panel.