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Boutique style washrooms

Washroom Washroom adds a touch of glamour to the latest Third Space health club in Tower Bridge

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Designed in collaboration with award-winning design consultants Sparcstudio, Washroom Washroom has delivered a unique changing area for Third Space, a luxury health club, in London's Tower Bridge. Using a range of high quality, unusual materials including copper, Ted Todd end grain feature wood panels, Iroko panelling and Zodiaq stone, the new changing area in the club's latest branch is inspired by high-end boutique hotel design. Washroom’s Luminoso glass shower cubicles with bespoke diamond pattern, together with Zodiaq stone vanities and grooming shelves, complete the opulent and tactile style.

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