Minimal Beach Contemporary/Bruce Peeling ArchitectContemporary Bedroom, San Diego
The 2nd story consists of the master bedroom suite which is also open plan. The bedroom and bathroom are separated by the headboard/half wall (that has additional storage). This allows outdoor views from the shower but maintains privacy from the bath area.
Stephen Whalen Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
“Can you make our wish list work?”As an architect, it’s important to listen to clients and design to their brief, and for you to find an architect willing to put their personal preferences aside to accommodate yours. In this example, the clients were clear on what they wanted, and communicated their wishes accordingly. Client: “We want an ensuite that opens into the bedroom with no doors or walls. My husband and I share everything; we even like talking to each other while sitting on the toilet. Do you have an example of an ensuite where you can see everything from the bedroom?”Architect: “Have you thought about about the steam, noises and smells?” Client: “We don’t see these as a problem.” Now, an open ensuite may not be how I would want to live but, after a good laugh, I realised that they didn’t share the same wish for modesty as me. And that’s fine!