This bathroom presents several outstanding features. The main one (not accentuated in the photo) is the feature wall at the back of the bath. A projecting centre section is tiled with rock-face mosaics, with the ends mirrored bath-to-ceiling. This creates the illusion that the mosaic wall is freestanding and the bathroom looks repeated on the other side of this wall.
Another feature is the sculptural shape of the thickened edge Caesarstone basin bench which returns to the floor on the left, and cantilevered over the bath on the right. This detail is repeated around the ‘undermount’ bath.