The master bathroom’s sunken tub overlooks the garden and Pacific Ocean. Photography by Roland Halbe.
In the upstairs bathroom, the walls, tub, and sink are made of raw and sanded Valser quartzite. Photography by Mireille Roobaert / Photofoyer.
In the master bathroom, a custom of vanity of Calacatta gold marble integrates a Milldue sink and a Dornbracht faucet. Photography by Oded Smadar.
A ceiling fixture of stainless-steel mesh by Thierry Vidé hangs over a custom cement tub and large-format porcelain floor tiles in the master bathroom. Photography by Eric Laignel.
In one of two main suites, a Wetstyle soaking tub overlooks the Pacific Ocean. Photography by Roland Halbe.
The main bathroom enjoys an uninterrupted view of the Pacific from Matteo Thun’s freestanding soaking tub, serviced by an acrylic-and-nickel side table by McCollin Bryan. Photography by Roger Davies.
The master bath’s ofuro, or Japanese soaking tub, is hinoki. Photography by Paul Warchol.
Nineteen buildings spearheaded by architect HyoMan Kim bloom like flowers in the Stella Fiore residential complex, 90 minutes northwest of Seoul. Photography by Sergio Pirrone.
In the master bathroom on the first floor, Porcelainosa stone clads the shower; Porcelainosa also made the showerhead and the tub. Photography by Jim Tschetter.
Dramatic stonework distinguishes the town house, with veined tawny, black, and white Italian and Spanish marble in the bathrooms. Photography by Andrew Beasley.
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