In Brooklyn’s Prospect Heights, this townhouse by Etelamaki Architecture has a spa-like bathroom with mixed materials that include a slate wall behind the double sinks, which are suspended on a teak vanity.
For a client in Japan, architect Kengo Kuma created a guest bath clad in wooden slats and with a striking window wall that lends the feeling of a tree house. The rectangular tub and basin are made of hiba wood and are offset by a sculptural stool.
Another good example of a sensual bathing area. Luc builds a Kin style bath for Rah, which is very like a Japanese bathing room. Wood slats, resting pool, places to lounge. Bathroom / Atelier BNK by susangir
In the Yamagata Perfecture in Japan, in the vicinity of the hot springs Ginzan the hotel Fujiya Inn has been created . Author of the project which brings beauty and modern Japanese architecture and design to the area is Kengo Kuma and Associates.