After seeing the pictures taken at one of the projects by House of Grey, I fell in love with the beautiful organic sink and bathtub, and had to find out more about the work of Studio LoHo, a Belgian design office focusing on high-end bespoke interior projects.
Known for their Clay finish, a blend of carefully selected sands and unfired clays, mixed with pigments and minerals into a high quality natural plaster. The introduction of the first collection “clay series” by Studio LoHo led to their international breakthrough. The appreciation of materials reflects the studio’s unique view on interior design with a strong and recognizable signature. Soon after, the collection was expanded on request by other architects and designers with new sinks and bathtubs.
Studio Lo-Ho x House of Grey London
As a design studio, House of Grey always aims to leave a positive design legacy when renovating and restoring modern and historic spaces. Each material and resource is researched in order to understand its impact on human and ecological health when in production, in use, and once it has been discarded.
With clay being one of the most sustainable materials for the building process because it is recyclable, compostable and above all reusable, the sink and bath tub by Studio Loho totally fits House of Grey’s philosophy. Below some more examples of the work of Studio Loho and check back this week for more of this beautiful home by House of Grey. Photography first two images by Michael Sinclair
Other projects by Studio Lo-Ho
Project with LoHo bathtub by Hollie Bowden / image by Genieve Lutkin
pictures below courtesy Studio LoHo