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A refined bathroom in HIMACS exuding harmony and serenity

The manufacturer decided to use HIMACS’ full potential to create a modern, harmonious design that exudes serenity while remaining practical.

As part of this renovation, interior designer Sophie Clément wanted Strasbourg manufacturer ADJ to use soft colours and component materials: wood flooring, plaster walls, and a long-lasting material that was bright and enjoyable to use. For the rest, the Strasbourg company had carte blanche in designing this new, generously-sized bathroom. 

In order to convince the client of the benefits of a bespoke Solid Surface design, ADJ created a 3D model using virtual reality to fully immerse the architect and client in the project. This approach helped to confirm the design’s user-friendliness and the choice of materials and colours, with the only change to the initial proposal being the addition of LED lighting in the shower niches.

The manufacturer decided to use HIMACS’ full potential to create a modern, harmonious design that exudes serenity while remaining practical. In fact, HIMACS is particularly suited to wet rooms due to its non-porous nature and seamless finish, which not only ensures it is watertight but also makes it easy to clean and completely hygienic.
The room’s size enabled the design of a full bathroom complete with a generous 180-cm bathtub, huge shower, and double basin vanity, all in HIMACS and in soft colours enhancing the room’s brightness. 

The shower sits alongside the bath and appears to be made of one piece. The material boasts seamless, non-porous, robust properties and delivers impeccable hygiene and ease of cleaning. The shower seat and wall, niche backs, shower tray, and wall under the sloped ceiling are all in HIMACS Crystal Beige to contrast with the Alpine White of the bathtub and other shower walls. 
The lighting in the two niches built into the shower wall adds a delicate touch while enhancing the colour contrasts.
The result is a bright bathroom that capitalises on combining complementary materials and entices you to relax. 

This creation perfectly illustrates current bathroom trends because, as Dutch designer Marike Andeweg mentions in the bathroom inspiration book jointly created with HIMACS, a bathroom must be durable, inspire comfort and beauty, and feature neutral colours to ensure its longevity. Marike believes that “in addition to being functional, versatile and easy to maintain, bathroom products must make you want to touch them,” and she suggests “light colours such as off-white, light grey and beige. In general, people want a setting with minimal stimuli when starting and ending their day.”

Location Strasbourg, France
Architecture & Design Sophie Clément, C-So Design
Material used HIMACS Crystal Beige et Alpine White
Fabrication ADJ
Photo Credit Vincent Eschmann
Other Distributeur HIMACS : ASKA INTERIOR
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