In the Round

How wonderful it must be to amble through this bathroom, views changing from every vantage point. And I don't mean the outward-looking views—it's the varying sightlines of the interior landscape that make it such a dynamic space. What's particularly interesting is that despite the room's openness, there is near-complete privacy within its walls: standing at the sink, you can't see the tub; from the tub, the shower is deftly hidden. It's so much more effective than the artificial drama of just plunking a big tub down in the middle of the room.