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Pool House Architecture

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jul 18, 2014 01:02 AM
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by Brent Turner last modified Jul 17, 2014

Image from Wiel Arets Architects I'm not ashamed to admit I'm jealous. And the Jellyfish House in Marbella, Spain, is the reason why. It's not exactly a pool house as my title states, but you'll see what I mean. Image from Wiel Arets Architects Designed by WAA, this beautiful space is sleek as any home design can be, and with retractable floor-to-ceiling windows, it blurs the lines between interior and exterior.  Image from Wiel Arets Architects To incorporate water into a space, most of us would think of using tiered outdoor fountains . But the Jellyfish House takes it to another level. Its infinity pool is integral to the architecture. No longer will you need to ask if someone is out at the pool...just look up at the walls or ceiling.  Image from Wiel Arets Architects What I like most is the reserved elegance of the indoor/outdoor dining room. A crystal chandelier instantly gives mid-century modern chairs a quick infusion of glamour: Contour Crystal and Chrome Possini Pendant Light Set of 2 Azzo Matte with White Plastic Side Chairs I can't help but wonder about one other thing... Does a pool provide good insulation for ceilings and walls? Somehow, I think it just might. Images: WAA  






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