Combination Bed/Bath from Berlin's Hotel Q

Combination Bed/Bath from Berlin's Hotel Q

Sarah Coffey
Oct 18, 2010

After spotting a similar setup in Cambodia's One Hotel and hearing lots of recent opinions on the prevalence of bathtubs in bedrooms, we're labeling the combination bed/bath a full-blown trend — particularly in the world of boutique hotels.

Designed by Berlin-based GRAFT Architects, these combination bedrooms/bathrooms are supported by a curvilinear platform. Bathroom counters are composed of slate and wood, and the beds themselves are a simple mattress with spare white sheets and pillows.

While it's certainly an elegant and space-saving design, the tub/sink/bed clearly isn't designed for people who prefer to keep functional zones more clearly delineated. What do you think? Is this a brilliant solution for small spaces or an uncomfortably close pairing?

Hotel Q! | Loock Hotels

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Photos: Hotel Q / Loock Hotels

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