August is a busy month. I am traveling again this week. Therefore I thought I will post about a bathroom from the country I am visiting: Poland. This is one of my favorite bathroom designs. It was conceived by architect Przemo Łukasik as part of his residence in an abandoned coal mine in Bytom, Poland. Named “Bolko Loft” after the name of the coal mine, the residence is placed in the building of the former lamp storage. The design of the entire space, including the bathroom, is very industrial. The Bolko Loft bathroom bears close resemblance to the feel of our Uniform “Loft” bathroom series. It features a sink on a metal console, a freestanding tub, industrial light fixtures, a painted concrete floor and cement stuccoed walls. I especially love the long and narrow mirror spanning the width of one entire wall. The view from the window is also quite impressive, and a strong connection definitely exists between the industrial surroundings and the design of the interior.