Duravit Bath Design Competition Honorable Mention Awardees

These projects received honorable mention awards in Duravit's annual competition for excellence in bathroom design

February 5, 2016
Colorful, whimsical floor tile makes this white bathroom by Studio Habeas Corpus pop. The project won a honorable mention in the Duravit Designer Dream Bath Competition.

All photos and renderings: courtesy Duravit

Duravit has selected the winners in its third annual Designer Dream Bath competition. In the Unbuilt project category, the winner was Mark Mangapora of Fenton, Mich.  Houston-based firm Intexure Architects was the winner in the Built project category. Honorable Mentions went to District 2 Design and StudioTJOA, of Brooklyn, N.Y., for Unbuilt. Boston-based Studio Habeas Corpus and Studio Robert Jamieson, of Wayne, Pa., received Honorable Mentions for Built.

See the winning projects

Unbuilt, Honorable Mention—District 2 Design

District 2 Design won Honorable Mention in the Unbuilt project category for this restful, ocean-inspired bath in Long Beach, Calif.

Unbuilt, Honorable Mention—StudioTJOA

[Worden_before] and [Worden_after rendering 1,2 and 3] StudioTJOA drew inspiration from a home it designed in Erie, Colo., by implementing rich, dark woods in this bath, which earned an Honorable Mention in the Unbuilt category.

Built, Honorable Mention—Habeas Corpus

Colorful, whimsical floor tile makes this white bathroom pop. Studio Habeas Corpus earned an Honorable Mention for the project in the Built category.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Built, Honorable Mention—Studio Robert Jamieson

The statement-making vanity in this bath, designed by Studio Robert Jamieson, caught the attention of judges, who awarded the firm an Honorable Mention in the Built category.

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