Glass bathroom walls are an amazing way to make your apartment look elegant, modern and luxurious. Take a look how SVOYA Studio used simple glass to achieve uniqueness.

In this article, we highlight glass used as a bathroom wall in order to make apartment look bigger, brighter, modern and luxurious.

Glass wall bathrooms are an aesthetic element that adds beauty to any modern styled apartment. The glass walls either come as opaque, translucent or even transparent. In most cases glass wall bathrooms are built as a space saving design element to have glass or open bathroom layouts. There are some incredible points of interest to using them that I would like to mention here.

Firstly, glass requires less space than the conventional brick wall which adds up as a plus point for managing space, as there are numerous limitations while designing the rooms with attached bathrooms for apartments. Also, it acts as an aesthetic element as it makes the room look tasteful and roomy by permitting more natural light as it likewise eliminates the need for using extra electrical lights in the bathroom, thus saving some more money for the owner. It additionally provides an appropriate partition to isolate the shower area from the rest of the space of the bathroom so that the water does not spill on the entire floor, therefore keeping the rest of the area dry which can be used for dressing.

Modern bedroom and bathroom with glass wall by SVOYA studio
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Modern bathroom glass wall by SVOYA studio
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Modern bathroom with marble and glass walls by SVOYA studio
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Glass Bathroom Wall

From inception, the SVOYA studio and its team of brilliant architects have done nothing less than to overwhelm spectators with their passion for beautifying homes. Just take a look at the True Apartment, Green Walls apartment or this incredible small apartment, all done by SVOYA studio. This time, they took their good works to Odessa, Ukraine to show yet again what they are capable of. The team comprising of Denis Sokolov, Artem Martynenko, Juliya Martynenko, Tanya Lazovaya, Lera Sokolova, and Anton Sokolov collaborated in embellishing the “Over O” apartment unit which possesses the top floor of the high-rise complex in Odessa.

Due to the radial architecture of the house, the apartment offers a panoramic view of the whole city, as though it hovers above Odessa roofs. The apartment is occupied by a young family with a pet – a beautiful and wayward cat named Kaiju.

Modern apartment hallway by SVOYA
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Modern apartment interior design by SVOYA
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Modern white kitchen by SVOYA
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Wood texture in modern apartment interior design by SVOYA
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Modern furniture by SVOYA
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Green curtains in living room by SVOYA
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The Idea

It is very natural to isolate the bathroom in a bedroom and render it as a space devoid of importance. SVOYA studio architects did something differently. They defied the norms by recognizing the essential role of the bathroom and by making it a centerpiece of the bedroom. With the introduction of a transparent glass bathroom, they inadvertently highlighted the luxurious atmosphere of the space.

As a small space, the glass bathroom benefits directly from the windows in the bedroom by its transparency, thereby balancing practical needs and aesthetics. The glass bathroom connects with the rest of the bedroom space by its continuous use of white textured interior wall cladding.

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Modern home office by SVOYA
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Modern exercise room by SVOYA
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Modern home office by SVOYA
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Modern interior design by SVOYA
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Modern living room by SVOYA at night
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Modern bedroom with glass walls to the bathroom
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Dark modern bathroom by SVOYA
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Dark bathroom in modern apartment by SVOYA
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