Named Take A Bath, the book uses colour photography to capture design-focused bathrooms, as well as featuring interviews with designers and architecture studios.
The hardcover book is comprised of over 250 pages, and divided into four chapters. Each one explores a different material –tile, stone, wood and metal – and how it can be uniquely applied in a bathroom setting.
A bathroom designed by Max Lamb is featured in the book – it has been completed in Marmoreal, a marble material based on historic Italian terrazzo. Photograph by Thierry Depagne
Highlighted projects include a bathroom by designer Max Lamb that has been completely decked out in a colourful terrazzo-like print, and minimalist grey-toned bathroom by Danish practice Norm Architects.
There is also an art-deco home in Melbourne that has an outdoor bathtub, and a shower room in Milan thats been finished with lime terracotta shelving, lime green walls and blue resin floors.
Another of the projects featured is this bathroom in Milan, which has been completed in a contrasting colour palette. Photography by Carola Ripamonti
The publication also features several interviews with designers such as Patricia Urquiola, who discusses the playful aesthetic behind her collections of bathtubs and washbasins, and British brand The Water Monopoly, who restore and reproduce antique bathroom fixtures.
This roll-top bathtub set within the courtyard of a Melbourne dwelling also appears in the book. Photograph is by Tom Blachford
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