Perforated concrete blocks provide ventilation and discreet views of the patio at this São Paulo home.
Architect Kerstin Thompson designed this low-slung Australian home out of precast concrete. The en suite tub is by Kaldewei, the mixer is by Tonic, and the spout is by Sussex Taps.
When designer Barbara Hill decided to renovate her 1960s condo in Houston, Texas, she stripped the bathroom down to its bare bones and saw beauty in the blemishes. “Demolition is always the most fun part,” Hill says. Soon she was down to concrete floors, a concrete ceiling, and dark gray concrete block walls—and loving it.
In the bathroom of this 250-year-old house in Israel, minimal white tiling and concrete floors allow both the original stone walls and graphic geometric glass openings to take center stage.
This Danish house designed by Mette Nygaard and Morten Schmidt features a minimalist bathroom with concrete walls and flooring. The space is lit naturally by a Plexiglass skylight.