Yesterday we showed you one of our favorite "real" bathrooms from our very first house tour. Today we're highlighting one of our favorite fantasy bathrooms, from our stay at the amazing Hotel Puerta America Madrid. Each floor of the hotel was realized by one of 12 different designers, offering you 12 different aesthetic experiences to choose from. We chose Zaha Hadid's all-white, thermoformed Corian cave...
This is one of those spaces that reminds us of a dream world — walls, floor, and ceiling flowing seamlessly into one another with only soft gradients of light and shadow to distinguish each new surface. The softness of the Corian creates a warm, silky cave, irresistible to the touch. While this entire hotel room is wrapped in the same continuous, thermoformed surface, we love the idea of this bathroom existing inside of a "real" house — you know, with walls different from the floors and actual corners. Then, when you entered the bathroom, it would really feel like crossing over into a dream.
For more on this modern architecture funhouse of a hotel, check out this flickr pool.
Last image via Hoteles Silken, Hotel Puerta America Madrid, Spain.
Hotel Escape: Zaha Hadid's All-White Room at Puerta America Madrid