10 Outdoor Pools from Members of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory
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Is there any better fantasy than someone else's pool? When the weather warms, we think not. Here, 10 favorites from members of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory . Above: Residents of this Hamptons home by Deborah Berke Partners can choose between their infinity pool or the ocean when they're ready to take a dip. For more from NYC-based Berke, see Architect Visit: Deborah Berke and Suzanne Shaker in Shelter Island . Above: The main living area opens onto an interior courtyard and pool in this Baltimore-area home by McInturff Architects . For more from the firm, see A Forest of Wood in Northern Virginia . Above: Gray stone lends simplicity to the pool of this Shelter Island beach home from NYC-based Wettling Architects . For more from Wettling, see 10 Favorites: Marble Baths from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory . Above: San Francisco-based Charlie Barnett Associates remodeled this shingled house in Marin County, California, in partnership with landscape architect Todd R. Cole. For more from Barnett, see The Evening Hour: Houses from New Members of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory . Above: Los Angeles-based Walker Workshop Design Build remodeled this 1916 Hollywood bungalow for a modernism-loving bachelor. Photo by Nicholas Alan Cope . Above: The pool in this modern Austin home overlooks a nature preserve and the Colorado River; by Alterstudio Architecture . Above: NYC-based SchappacherWhite added this pool and pool house to a 1904 Shelter Island farmhouse. For more from the architects, see Architect Visit: Tribeca Loft by SchappacherWhite . Above: Leroy Street Studio designed this very modern Hamptons home and pool within a legal requirement that the building appear traditional. For more from NYC-based Leroy Street, see Architect Visit: Leroy Street Studio and CCS Architecture . Photo by Adrian Wilson . Above: Ohlhausen DuBois Architects remodeled this 1950s ranch home in Sands Point, New York, by adding a glass pavilion to connect with new outdoor living spaces. For more from the NYC firm, see Architect Visit: Bathroom Roundup from Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory . Above: This expansive pool lies behind the East Hampton home from Billinkoff Architecture featured in 10 Summer Cabins from Members of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory .