Multidisciplinary design studio Norm Architects shared pictures of one of their latest project: A new en-suite bathroom in an old townhouse in Copenhagen.

The result is true to the firm’s sleek, minimal style; a great example of beautiful, Scandinavian simplicity.

“The use of concrete, dark porcelain tiles and customized bronzed fixtures creates an almost cavelike feeling. The open space bathroom and separated toilet is situated in continuation of the master bedroom, fitting the entire family on busy Mondays mornings.” – Norm Architects

As with any projects tackled by Norm Architects, the attention to detail and carefully chosen materials prove to be a winning formula.

 

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If you like this style, you should also check out how Norm Architects hacks an IKEA kitchen!

 

Photos: Jonas Bjerre Poulsen / Norm Architects