At the center of an architect’s remote Hawaiian retreat, beneath a 6-foot-wide circular skylight, is a cylindrical tub room with a wood-clad exterior and bright red tile work on the inside. The tiles come from Canadian company Interstyle.
In the Söder neighborhood of Stockholm, a 495-square-foot attic gets in touch with its dark side. Even the bathroom has a dramatic appearance, with a mosaic of square black tiles and a jet-black tub made from recycled plastic.
Located in an old warehouse building with a façade largely devoid of windows, a Los Angeles home could easily have felt dark and constricted, if not for some clever interior innovations. In the bathroom, spruce-colored tiles and a wall-to-wall skylight give the impression of showering outdoors.