Wellbeing Bathroom by Roger Arquer



January 18, 2014
Wellbeing Bathroom by Roger Arquer. My Dream Space, My Toy Box, by Byung K. Image (c) V&A Museum, London
Wellbeing Bathroom by Roger Arquer. Image (c) V&A Museum, London

Roger Arquer’s work combines function, beauty and emotion. Everyday designs can ‘tickle our soul’, he says. In his Dream House room, Roger has stripped back the clutter of a bathroom to leave two sculptural brass faucets emerging from a floor of marble pebbles. A simple bench and a wall of lush green moss provide a restful backdrop. Hanging from the ceiling is a glass bulb, which captures and reflects the light and the steam from the showers.

Wellbeing Bathroom by Roger Arquer. My Dream Space, My Toy Box, by Byung K. Image (c) V&A Museum, London
Wellbeing Bathroom by Roger Arquer. Image (c) V&A Museum, London

Based in London, Roger teaches at Central Saint Martins and in Camberwell. He has an international portfolio of clients and produces a range of thoughtful and beautiful products.

Learn more about Roger’s design philosophy.

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