Nine-Square Bondi by Madeliene Blachfield Architects
Madeleine Blanchfield Architects crafted this intimate bathing oasis within a home that rejects the typical archetype and embraces colour and eclecticism through art, objects, and furniture. The client’s previous interiors from time spent in Hong Kong, Brazil, Los Angeles, and Sydney are all woven throughout, resulting in a distinctive layered design language with maximum impact.
Like the rest of the home, this jewel-like bathroom is small in footprint, but what it lacks in square metres, it makes up for with personality. Echoing the rest of the apartment with its unexpected decorative aesthetic, the bathroom enjoys verdant views overlooking the garden and amplifies the calming green and blue colour palette. As the focal point in the wet room, the Gareth Ashton Formoso Natural Stone bath from Abey was selected for its simplistic yet modern shape and deep bathing area, encouraging a luxurious and generous soak. This intimate space provides the perfect mood lifter.