Half of the main roof of this existing house in Seattle was lifted just enough to create a new master bathroom and dressing room. The entire bathroom floor is sloped to the shower drain and is finished with large slabs of slate recycled from classroom chalkboards.
Under the floor and behind the walls of the shower are radiant heat tubing. New skylights brighten the open double shower, and the soaking tub has a view out the row of new windows. All the green tile is made from 100% recycled glass.