Touring Denmark through bathroom design

    Pool at the Fjordgaarden
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    Touring Denmark through bathroom design

    When taking a tour of a city like Denmark, people tend to be drawn to places of interest, art, museums, great restaurants and in the countryside we tend to head to beach or the forest – but what about fabulous bathrooms? You may notice a key component in all of the below bathrooms listed…

    Pool at the Fjordgaarden

    During lockdown, we took a virtual tour of one of our bathroom suppliers’ homeland and were delighted that Unidrain’s HighLine Custom drains can be found not only in the most prestigious hotels and spas, but also in the the quaint, the quirky and some of the most unique and interesting places too. Although we have many to choose from, we’ve selected three of our favourite projects to share with you:

    #3 – Fjordgaarden

    Close-up of pool at Fjordgaarden

    Image credit: Fjordgaarden

    This recently refurbished hotel with its Nordic inspired spa features 90 of Unidrain’s High Line Custom drains, yet so uniquely have they been incorporated into the design they blend perfectly into the overall décor and style of the room. With its huge windows, wood panelling, sand and lyme grass; the space manages to feel open yet inviting at the same time.

    #2 – The Audo

    Close-up of shower at The Audo

    Image credit: The Audo

    It’s all about perspective. To take a century old, large, bold red building sitting on corner and turn it into an amazing creative space, takes imagination and creativity, which is exactly what transpired with The Audo. It is now a contemporary head office, showroom, restaurant and boutique hotel with a small number of individually and uniquely designed rooms; where the bathrooms feature HighLine Custom drains.

    #1 – Nobis Hotel Copenhagen

    All hotels cover the practical requirements but the best do so with efficiency then add personal touches and elegance with style. Nowhere is this more apparent than in a hotel bathroom. The secret is in the choice of materials and tailor-made solutions and 100 of the bathrooms in the Nobis Hotel show that Unidrain must be one of their ‘secret’ ingredients. The shower cubicles are enclosed by enclosed by a sleek sheet of glass; the water falls from the oversized shower head bouncing on the tiles beneath, before disappearing into the bespoke drain.

    > Since you’re here, why not read an interview with Unidrain’s Head of Design, Kenneth Waaben?

    Unidrain is one of our Recommended Suppliers and regularly features in our Supplier News section of the website. If you are interested in becoming one of our recommended suppliers, please email Katy Phillips.

    Main image credit: Unidrain

    Hamish Kilburn / 28.09.2021


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