Small spaces are always challenging when we have to design them. But it’s amazing what you can do in a small new bath, using the appropriate arrangements. All we should do is concentrate to maximize the available space and to maintain its functionality. We can do better projects with a professional help from architects and designers as you already know. Today, we thought to give you inspiration from an ultra-modern hotel bathroom with very little space available, but with appealing aesthetic.

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Atelier SAD were encharged to redesign a small bathroom in Sax Vintage Design Hotel in Prague, a fantastic hotel where you can enjoy the elegance and style of the 50s, 60s, and 70s when you return from admiring the ancient masterpieces of architecture in Prague. With a team of architects, designers, planners and projectants, Atelier SAD came up with an original design solution for this hotel bathroom which have to be appropriate with the hotel unique concept. They should reconstruct the new bath which was strictly optimized. As every room in this hotel is unique, this white new bath design was inspired by Barbella movie from 60s with a feel of a modern spaceship.

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One of the shower’s wall has a big graphic element featuring an actress picture in life-size which give the bathroom that vintage touch specific to the hotel. Displaying curvaceous lines and quality finished, all high-design furnishings used are from Vitra company of collection Istanbul and  integrate perfectly in the surrounding space. Simple and ultra-modern, the overall appearance is one of an airy bath, although the room isn’t large.

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Photos: © Jaroslav Moravec.

 

Project details:

Realization: 2011
Authors: MgA. Adam Jirkal & MgA. Jerry Koza
Collaborated: Ing. Arch. Vít Markvart
Location: Prague 1 – Malá Strana, Str. Jánský Vršek 328/3