Three Home bathrooms for three different uses and users. Designed by Daniele Petteno Architecture Workshop for a young family and completed in Summer 2016 in London Fulham, these three bathrooms, which are part of a full house remodelling and extension project, respond in three different ways to the diversified users’ needs.
The house is located in one of the quiet residential streets in the centre of Fulham. Probably built in the early 1900, the building is a typical ground and first floors terrace with a quite wide floor plan (6.40m), a relatively shallow front yard and a deeper rear garden. In the more recent years the house loft was converted to accommodate an additional liveable floor, to include two new bedrooms and a shared bathroom.
The remodelling and extension project was designed by Daniele Petteno Architecture Workshop, a London-based architecture practice specialized in residential projects that, following the growing changes in the people habits and lifestyles, since years explores with their designs diverse ways of living domestic spaces, especially of medium-small scale.
With regards to the Bathrooms design, the main challenge in this project has been to setup three completely different rooms which should have looked consistent and with mutual similarities, although responding to totally different users and functional programs.