After a design brainstorming session known as a charrette, the firm gathered and encouraged each member to submit sketches, ideas, and tear sheet examples of products and details for consideration. “Our goal was to think outside the box,” says Joanna Goodman, director of interiors for the firm. “We strove to take current trends to the next level, particularly with our material and lighting choices, so that visitors would experience a whole host of things they hadn’t seen before.”
Frequently in bathroom design, there’s a battle between adequate window and mirror space—but not in this master vanity. Here, a floating marble counter allows a full wall of glass to serve as a backdrop. What’s more, a pair of ceiling-mounted mirrors works beautifully with the concealed sinks and sidewall faucets. For privacy, a motorized screen by Lutron and lush landscaping outdoors provide additional screening. Conserving space in the master bathroom, this luxurious shower/tub/ whirlpool combo is just one of the eye-catching amenities found in the Christopher showhouse.