Aquatic Designs for Multigenerational Households

December 06, 2013

Aquatic will display a selection of its newest products, including a DuraCore subway tile tub shower and its DriftBath tub, in the Fire Island house at the 2014 International Builders Show (IBS).

Designed for a multigenerational household, the Fire Island home is part of the Show Village exhibit at IBS, February 4-6, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The Show Village consists of several new homes built to enable industry professionals to see residential building products in a hands-on, installed environment.

“As we’ve been developing products over the last year or two, we’ve been mindful of and inspired by changing U.S. demographics, which include the growing frequency of three and even four generations living together under one roof,” said Stacy Zar, director of marketing and new product development, Aquatic. “At IBS this February, we’ll be showcasing something for everyone living in a house that includes parents, children and grandparents.”

Provided by San Diego-based Cutting Edge Building Group, the 2,677-sq.-ft. Fire Island house is a contemporary, four bedroom, three-and-a-half bath, reverse floor plan inspired by Mid-Century Modern architecture.

The focal point of the second floor’s large, open master bath is a walk-through shower/wet room featuring Aquatic’s Serenity Studio 19 DriftBath hydrotherapy tub and 6032AB acrylic shower pan. On the first floor, a Jack and Jill bath utilizes the company’s 6032STT tub-shower. Also on this level is a second master, or mother-in-law suite, designed with Aquatic’s 6032APAN shower pan. The pan has a low threshold for easy and safe entry and exit, as well as an integral seat for comfort and convenience.
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