Trends New Zealand Volume 34 No 4 - Page 34

Architects: Shawn Alshut RA, ASID, RID and Edward Alshut AIA – Studio A2 LLC Builder: RW Jordan Construction Tub: Picasso, from Maestro Collection, in White, by Hydro Systems Tub filler: Dornbracht, MEM, free- standing tub filler, with cascade spout Vanity: Fonte, cantilevered, Gloss Lacquer Piombo finish, by Rifra Vanity countertop: Lincoln White marble, honed Cabinetry handles: Aluminium finish Basin: Axor Massaud Vessel Sink in Alpine White by Hansgrohe Taps: MEM, wall-mounted, single-lever Dornbracht Mixer, in chrome Shower fittings: Axor Citterio 3-jet showerhead by Hansgrohe, in chrome; Axor Starck ShowerHeaven overhead rainhead by Hansgrohe; wall controls Axor Starck by Hansgrohe, in chrome Toilet door: Laminated glass, White with Opacity 4 from Galaxy Glass; with CR Lawrence chrome hinges Wall tiles, general: Porcelanosa porcelain tiles in Crystal White Wall tiles, accent: Porcelanosa Park Lineal tiles; metal trim – Porcelanosa, Butech in Anodized Aluminium, Silver, Floor tiles: Porcelanosa, Urbatek Neo Black, Nature finish; accent tiles, non-slip floor tiles at tub & shower, Porcelanosa, Urbatek Neo Black, Texture finish Toilet: Neorest 700H elongated toilet Lighting: Hope pendant from LucePlan; Sesco recessed lighting, LED; medicine cabinet internal lighting, Robern M Series Flat Top; integrated lighting, Robern Inline Collection, vertical; master bedroom table lamps, Clavius table lamp by Axolight Towel rails: MEM, by Dornbracht Blinds: Crystal Weave solar blinds, in Bronze, from The Shade Store Master bedroom wood flooring: Select Rift cut white oak Master bedroom fabric-wrapped panels: Frequency Collection in Shellac, from Luna Textiles Master bedroom wood veneer panel: Dooge Veneer in Fumed Eucalyptus more images: 263212935 at Right: A gently sloping floor directs water into a concealed strip drain in the dedicated shower area. Dimmable LED lighting can be adjusted according to mood. High- end fixtures boast a chrome finish. Facing page: Textured wall tile meets marble door jamb on the entry to the toilet cubicle. A translucent glass door (out of shot) provides privacy. Story by Charles Moxham Photography by Brian Gassel