The Bath Salon is a minimalist interior located in Paris, France, designed by Nicolas Schuybroek Architects. The Bath Salon. Grey tavertine, patinated bronze, distressed oak, raw plaster finishes… The way the restrained material pallet blends into the structural design evolves towards rigorism while a soft light delicately apeases the space. Nicolas Schuybroek composes the bathroom space with precision, symmetry and proportion : the bathtub is recessed within a cove while the sinks are decorated by oversized round mirrors and vintage italian sconces placed in perfect symmetry with the central bench. This classical composition is complemented with Art déco references while remaining in accordance with Nicolas Schuybroek’s style : time- less space, serene, warm minimalistic and rough, tactile and elegant materials. Launched in 2010 in the context of the 10 year anniversary of the magazine, AD Intérieurs celebrates the work of interior architects and designers. Every year, in September, 10 experienced talents selected by the editorial committee are given « carte blanche » to stage a living space illustrating their know-how as well as their style. They surround themselves by the best craftsman to create top level interiors.
Photography by Claessens & Deschamps