1950s bathroom designed by Marcel Breuer

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Bathroom designed by Marcel Breuer
Bathroom designed by Marcel Breuer

Clay Tile Bathroom 1954 House & Garden

Done in subtly blended clay tiles of black, grey and white, Marcel Breuer, architect of the UNESCO building, has designed a bathroom-sun garden.

This classic mid-century interior is roomy, with clay tile countertops designed to take suds, wear and water. The clay tile tub and recessed shelf, dramatically reflected in the mirrored storage wall, are sparkling and bright.

For durability and beauty, clay floors – walls and wainscoting too. This scuff proof, no-wax clay tile floor leads invitingly to a sun garage.

Sources

Marcel Bruer Bathroom Advertisement. (1954, July). House & Garden, 10.

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