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Carol J.W. Kurth, FAIA, ASID, Christine Lent, AIA, and John Rapetti, AIA Assoc.
Carol Kurth Architecture + Carol Kurth Interiors
Bedford Utilizing bold forms and a palette of snow white stone and natural walnut wood details to create a crisp, clean, spa-like bath suite this team designed a minimalist serene environment as a backdrop for the client’s master suite. The team merged two existing old world bathrooms into one fresh, new, modern spa bath with separate zones for washing, bathing, showering, and dressing.
Other Contributor: Contractor, Legacy Construction Northeast
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Rita Garces, Senior Designer & Scott Hirshson
Bilotta & Scott Hirshson, Hirshson Architecture + Design
Chappaqua The clients for this modern bath wanted a calm, serene environment, balancing clean lines with quiet stone and soft colored cabinets. The design team opted for a washed oak, wood-like laminate in a flat panel with a horizontal grain offering a softer palette than plain white, yet still bright. A soaking tub was added and positioned to maximize space and the view of the surrounding trees.
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Maria LoIacono Interiors
New Rochelle Super white marble, along with a free-standing soaking tub, and the sense of a shower without walls comes together to create a truly spa-like space. The end-to-end lit mirror has a TV and clock integrated within to inspire a seamless start to the day and the natural palette and textures calm the senses.