Architect Sarah Waller specified concealed cisterns from Geberit to match the minimalist design theme running through the Doonan Glasshouse, an iconic building located on Queensland's Sunshine Coast.
Sarah Waller’s signature style is reflected in her new house’s minimalist interior and monochromatic colour palette. Built for her family, the house incorporates five bathrooms, each featuring Geberit concealed cisterns and black Sigma50 buttons for a seamless look and sophisticated style.
Sarah Waller, one of the few female architects in Queensland who also holds a builder's licence, runs a multi-award winning architecture practice alongside her building business. An architect who loves to keep things clean and simple, Sarah designed and built the Glasshouse in 2015/16.
According to Sarah, the Doonan Glasshouse functions as a family home and also helps her showcase her work.
She specified Geberit products for their quality and longevity, explaining that the brand has helped her avoid all the problems that can occur years after the build is finished. Additionally, Geberit is an established player in the market and offers outstanding after-sales service, she said.
The Doonan Glasshouse is designed to promote a seamless flow of spaces throughout the house and from the inside to the outdoors. The master bathroom, which features the same minimalist colour palette as the living areas, won the HIA Queensland Bathroom of the Year Award in 2016. It extends to the outside where a freestanding bath surrounded by greenery creates a spa-like atmosphere.
Sarah specified Geberit concealed cisterns and black Sigma50 buttons for all of the five bathrooms in the home. Looking for black accessories to go with her monochromatic colour palette, she chose the Sigma50 buttons by Geberit UK in a brushed finish as they allow easy cleaning with no fingerprints visible after use.
The back-to-wall concealed cisterns, Geberit Sigma50 contributed to her pared-back mid-century modern style and helped make the bathroom look more spacious.