The delicate skin of the lodge is perforated with a pattern inspired by self-replicating botanical cells and the design picks up a number of other key references to the architecture of the college – from the stuccoed white ceilings and timber bookcases of
A sliding wood door defines this modern bathroom, while hidden lighting has been used in the floor, creating a soft glow and lighting up the mostly dark room. The white tiles help to reflect the light throughout the space.
Edifício Alvar Aalto / Christiane Laclau & Rafael Borelli Arquitetos Associados KFNote: If it has to be brick, go with the brick red and black combination with dark wood accents. Looks dramatic instead of boring unattractive brick.