Antonio Citterio has gone beyond the design of faucets, shower heads and accessories to create a complete bathroom design concept.
There are 70 components in the range, including the sleek Showerpipe with integrated single-lever mixer, shower head and hand shower. Hansgrohe
Kohler’s Cleo claw-foot bath is the focal point of this master guest suite.
Ornate tiling and beading in this bathroom complement a pedestal basin, toilet and accessories from Kohler’s Revival collection. Kohler
Green and blue tones in each room further a feeling of serenity and space.
This bathroom is one of two back-to-back spaces refitted by Kerry Fyfe. Floor to ceiling windows introduce maximum natural light. For privacy, the three lower panes are transclucent. Only the top window is glazed in clear glass. Kerry Fyfe of Monckton Fyfe
This bathroom is in a restored, colonial-style home. To maintain its traditional character, the owner chose bathroomware from Kohler’s Revival range and tapware from the Fairfax range. A bidet from the Revival range was teamed with an Odeon tap to maintain the home’s French Colonial theme.
Here, a Revival pedestal basin on a Revival console takes centre stage. Revival accessories, including an oval mirror, offset its sleek curves. Kohler
Showers from Dorf Clark come in a variety of contemporary designs. They include the Tagus New Fresh (facing page)
The Vitality 5 (top left) Dorf
The bathtub is the centrepiece of this bathroom that looks directly onto a circulating pool and water feature. Privacy is created by a wall and tall foliage that enabled the designer to open the entire space onto the garden and pool. Aquatic colours link the two areas.
Glass tiles in a blue-green colour continue the water theme established by the outdoor fountain and give a liquid feeling to the bathroom. Allan Shanahan NZIA, Shanahan
This bathroom was designed by Ray Lind of Martin Hughes Architecture Interiors. Versace-emblazoned towels contribute to the room’s sense of the lavish.
A simple bath and basins contrast with the room’s ornate finishes. Ray Lind of Martin Hughes