These modern bathtubs have quite the view. Take a peek at the homes from the Dwell community that caught our editor’s eye with their top-notch bathroom design.
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1. Tōrō House
Architect: Mark English Architects, Location: Woodside, California
From the architect: “Tōrō House is a renovation and addition to an existing single-family home in Woodside, California. The home sits on a hillside marking the interface between a redwood forest grove to the east and a deciduous grove and meadow to the west. The original midcentury home was laid out in an L-shaped plan around a central terrace facing a singular monumental redwood tree. The site is subject to 50-foot setbacks on all sides, and the existing home extended well into several of them. The buildable area left for an addition and pool was therefore a narrow, triangular shape bisected by an unbuildable steep slope.”
2. Tiburon Bay View House
Architect: Walker Warner Architects, Location: Tiburon Peninsula, California
From the architect: “The Tiburon Bay View residence is a classic and inspiring abode that embodies the contemporary through its clean lines and modern design. Nestled on an east-facing bluff of the Tiburon Peninsula, the two-story home looks out onto the San Francisco Bay, while the west side of the property provides a natural buffer from the road and neighboring houses. The secluded home was crafted to accommodate visiting friends and a multigenerational family environment, offering a harmonious balance between private spaces for relaxing and public spaces for entertaining and communal activities.”
3. Strata House
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