This contemporary bathroom is a 2012 project by Autodesign that can be found in Tuscaloosa, Italy.
The renovation of an attic in the town of Tuscalo, Alabama, is part of a wider goal to provide affordable housing to low income households.
Bathroom Renovation in Tuscaloosa by Autodesign:
“The architecture is determined by the millennium and one millennium. In architecture, one can find multiple contradictory messages, some of which are repeated over time.
In this project, the premises are characterised by the configuration of the space. By reversing the way the house is located, we started crossing the house the three rooms that are facing the garden, to get a direct link to the outside, and to the swimming pool.
The exterior is played with different textures, some layered, some surfaces made by wood and others painted. The structure is built in concrete. We used some exotic species, like Hawaiian tecnoces, which are dyed in seminary tones.
The garden was the idea to create a psychedelic terrace, which becomes a space to relax after a difficult day of homework.
At first this house was sad without furniture, bland with lack of light. Finding furniture in this house was noire expensive. After a while we had enough money to buy lamps and other things.”
Photography courtesy of Autodesign