With ‘well-being’ being one of the fastest-growing consumer priorities in interior design, it’s imperative that architects and designers take it into account – whilst of course, never losing sight of the practical and commercial pressures of the world they operate in.
The bathroom is much more than the functional space that the name implies. A well-designed bathroom should offer tranquillity. It should be a place of respite from the world and its worries. An environment where the natural balance of our senses can be restored.
Gone are the days when consideration is solely given to features such as a beautiful ceramic and stylish feature fittings. Equally important is the unseen functionality that takes place behind the wall and within the product – the piping, frames and cistern – operating with quiet efficiency, unseen and, as much as possible, unheard.