Tasked with renovating two bathrooms and a kitchen, Dagmar Stepanova of Formafatal chose a minimalist industrial palette to unite the three spaces.
The residents of this maisonette, located in Prague's Vinohrady district, were a young couple returning to the Czech capital after living in London for several years. Stepanova took cues from London's industrial character (with a healthy dash of minimalist design) in devising this remodel's striking aesthetic. In the first bathroom, seen here, a brass washbasin from Morocco is flanked by a Tolomeo Micro Parete lamp from Artemide.
The entire room is surfaced in white mosaics from Hisbalit; the bath fixtures are brass and sourced from a local Czech retailer.
"The kitchen refers to London’s feeling the most," says Stepanova. Pendant lamps from Normann Copenhagen illuminate the kitchen, all of which was fabricated by the woodworking studio Dyzyk according to Stepanova's designs.
Golden brown subway tiles from Diffusion Ceramique face a black countertop from Fundermax.
The industrial aesthetic might be strongest in the second of the two bathrooms, where a wireglass shower divider and metal washbasin support were custom fabricated by the Czech workshop kurel. The tap is from Bonigio, the washbasin itself is from Sanindusa, and the lamp is another Tolomeo Micro Parete from Artemide.
The tiles are also from Hisbalit, though green-grey and rectangular. The shower tap is from Omnires.