Designers Matthew Hilton, Wayne and Gerardine Hemingway and Oliver Heath have been approached by bathroom design company Kohler to create a series of bathroom interiors, which are unveiled this week. The Hemingways’ Fun Family Room features timber panels from sustainable forests and ‘shapes from everyday life’ as a recurring theme. Hilton has designed an indoor pavilion with a partially sunken bath with different water settings, coconut fibres and a screening structure from deep red steel. Heath fuses new technology such as a news monitor with the more natural elements of a giant overflowing bath, designed to ‘soothe the senses’, Heath says.
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