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R A D I AT E S T Y L E These classic Victorian style radiators have been given colourful contemporary updates and suit modern and traditional homes. Classic Radiators, from £288 each,


Photography of ODA Architects New York project: Frank Oudeman


Smart black frameworks define a sophisticated space and are making their presence felt in bathroom design this year. Open structures are ideal for a minimalist scheme, while black metal lines complement raw industrial features such as brickwork and concrete. We scanned the market and put these bathroom pieces in the frame.

(Clockwise, from top left) Otaku Bathtub in woven White Ash and Maple veneer with steel frame, concept piece,; Longue Tige Ephaïstos by Jacques Garcia, £6,110.30,; Felt 2 modular wall mounted unit in black, €1,468, and Stand freestanding oval washbasin in black, from €1,191,; Horizontal and vertical black framed mirrors with shelves, £165 and £185, by House Doctor,; Small A clothes rail in Black, £450,; Panarea basin by Marco Piva, €5,170,; Shower in a private New York warehouse residence by ODA Architects,

TACTILE TURN A new modular tap collection is being developed by The Watermark Collection in collaboration with five different workshops. In materials ranging from luxurious marbles and metals to natural wood, the smooth forms embrace industrial heritage yet are contemporary and chic too.

Elements taps are design prototypes and not yet available for purchase.

Six different metal treatments, three different handle forms and twenty different handle covers together offer almost 250,000 potential combinations of materials, forms, colours and finishes.

Warehouse Home Issue Four  
Warehouse Home Issue Four  

The fourth edition of the internationally renowned interior design magazine for loft apartments and warehouse conversions. Providing essenti...