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11.605 fotos de piscinas con losas de hormigón

ZAGALETA J-41
ZAGALETA J-41
AALTO EXCLUSIVE DESIGN
Ejemplo de piscina alargada, mediterránea, a medida, en patio trasero, con losas de hormigón
CA MIAMI
CA MIAMI
Masfotogenica Fotografia
Carlos Yagüe para MASFOTOGENICA FOTOGRAFIA Pili Molina Estilismo de Decoración
Imagen de casa de la piscina y piscina alargada, mediterránea, a medida, en patio delantero, con losas de hormigón
VMI_Vivienda unifamiliar en Torres-Torres
VMI_Vivienda unifamiliar en Torres-Torres
Aritz Almenar arquitectos
Imagen de piscina mediterránea, rectangular, con losas de hormigón
Exteriores del chalet con piscina
Exteriores del chalet con piscina
Alessandra Favetto Photography
Chalet con piscina en El Puerto de Santa Maria, alquiler vacacional. Fotografía de exteriores e interiores de Alessandra Favetto -- Copyright y propiedad imágenes: Bookiply
Home Staging y fotografía en Villa Sur (vacacional)
Home Staging y fotografía en Villa Sur (vacacional)
Home & Haus | Home Staging & Fotografía
Home&Haus Homestaging & Photography | Maite Fragueiro
Imagen de piscina alargada, actual, rectangular, en patio trasero, con losas de hormigón
Compound Q
Compound Q
DSDG Architects
Ryan Gamma Photography
Modelo de casa de la piscina y piscina contemporánea, rectangular, en patio trasero, con losas de hormigón
Industrial Modern
Industrial Modern
Scribe Studio
Diseño de casa de la piscina y piscina actual, rectangular, con losas de hormigón
Kessler Park Modern
Kessler Park Modern
Randy Angell Designs
The planning phase of this modern retreat was an intense collaboration that took place over the course of more than two years. While the initial design concept exceeded the clients' expectations, it also exceeded their budget beyond the point of comfort. The next several months were spent modifying the design, in attempts to lower the budget. Ultimately, the decision was made that they would hold off on the project until they could budget for the original design, rather than compromising the vision. About a year later, we repeated that same process, which resulted in the same outcome. After another year-long hiatus, we met once again. We revisited design thoughts, each of us bringing to the table new ideas and options. Each thought simply solidified the fact that the initial vision was absolutely what we all wanted to see come to fruition, and the decision was finally made to move forward. The main challenge of the site was elevation. The Southeast corner of the lot stands 5'6" above the threshold of the rear door, while the Northeast corner dropped a full 2' below the threshold of the door. The backyard was also long and narrow, sloping side-to-side and toward the house. The key to the design concept was to deftly place the project into the slope and utilize the elevation changes, without allowing them to dominate the yard, or overwhelm the senses. The unseen challenge on this project came in the form of hitting every underground issue possible. We had to relocate the sewer main, the gas line, and the electrical service; and since rock was sitting about 6" below the surface, all of these had to be chiseled through many feet of dense rock, adding to our projected timeline and budget. As you enter the space, your first stop is an outdoor living area. Smooth finished concrete, colored to match the 'Leuder' limestone coping, has a subtle saw-cut pattern aligned with the edges of the recessed fire pit. In small spaces, it is important to consider a multi-purpose approach. So, the recessed fire pit has been fitted with an aluminum cover that allows our client to set up tables and chairs for entertaining, right over the top of the fire pit. From here, it;s two steps up to the pool elevation, and the floating 'Leuder' limestone stepper pads that lead across the pool and hide the dam wall of the flush spa. The main retaining wall to the Southeast is a poured concrete wall with an integrated sheer descent waterfall into the spa. To bring in some depth and texture, a 'Brownstone' ledgestone was used to face both the dropped beam on the pool, and the raised beam of the water feature wall. The main water feature is comprised of five custom made stainless steel scuppers, supplied by a dedicated booster pump. Colored concrete stepper pads lead to the 'Ipe' wood deck at the far end of the pool. The placement of this wood deck allowed us to minimize our use of retaining walls on the Northeast end of the yard, since it drops off over three feet below the elevation of the pool beam. One of the most unique features on this project has to be the structure over the dining area. With a unique combination of steel and wood, the clean modern aesthetic of this structure creates a visual stamp in the space that standard structure could not accomplish. 4" steel posts, painted charcoal grey, are set on an angle, 4' into the bedrock, to anchor the structure. Steel I-beams painted in green-yellow color--aptly called "frolic"--act as the base to the hefty cedar rafters of the roof structure, which has a slight pitch toward the rear. A hidden gutter on the back of the roof sends water down a copper rain chain, and into the drainage system. The backdrop for both this dining area , as well as the living area, is the horizontal screen panel, created with alternating sizes of cedar planks, stained to a calm hue of dove grey.
Andover Pool
Andover Pool
Sudbury Design Group
60' contemporary lap pool set in woodland setting with ledge outcrops and ornamental bamboo plantings. Cascading stairs lead to a lower fire pit area and continue into the pool below. Stainless steel fountains and ornamental grasses frame the pool edge. Photography: Michael Lee
Lotus on Orange
Lotus on Orange
Josh Wynne Construction
Pool area with sunken spa and reflecting pond, outdoor fireplace, polished concrete covered patio, cypress ceiling, cypress rain screen, polished concrete coping and etched concrete pads. Ryan Gamma Photography
Modern Pool with Fire Feature Citadel Drive
Modern Pool with Fire Feature Citadel Drive
Thrasher Pool and Spa
Galina Juliana
Ejemplo de piscinas y jacuzzis modernos, pequeños, rectangulares, en patio, con losas de hormigón
Brighton Family Pool and Spa
Brighton Family Pool and Spa
Neptune Swimming Pools
Imagen de piscinas y jacuzzis alargados, minimalistas, grandes, rectangulares, en patio trasero, con losas de hormigón
Plano, TX, Collin County Residential Project
Plano, TX, Collin County Residential Project
Dal-Rich Design & Construction
© Daniel Bowman Ashe www.visuocreative.com Dal-Rich Construction, Inc.
Ejemplo de piscina tradicional, grande, a medida, en patio trasero, con losas de hormigón
Kuhlman Road
Kuhlman Road
Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects
The separate guest/pool house has its own deck and secluded garden. ©Matthew Millman
Modelo de piscina alargada, moderna, de tamaño medio, rectangular, en patio trasero, con losas de hormigón
Malone
Malone
Wood Duck Pools & Patios
wood duck pools
Foto de piscina con fuente alargada, actual, pequeña, rectangular, en patio trasero, con losas de hormigón
Mustang Park, Carrollton
Mustang Park, Carrollton
AquaTerra Outdoors
AquaTerra Outdoors was hired to bring life to the outdoors of the new home. When it came time to design the space we were challenged with the tight space of the backyard. We worked through the concepts and we were able to incorporate a new pool with spa, custom water feature wall, Ipe wood deck, outdoor kitchen, custom steel and Ipe wood shade arbor and fire pit. We also designed and installed all the landscaping including the custom steel planter. Photography: Wade Griffith
Kessler Park Modern
Kessler Park Modern
Randy Angell Designs
The planning phase of this modern retreat was an intense collaboration that took place over the course of more than two years. While the initial design concept exceeded the clients' expectations, it also exceeded their budget beyond the point of comfort. The next several months were spent modifying the design, in attempts to lower the budget. Ultimately, the decision was made that they would hold off on the project until they could budget for the original design, rather than compromising the vision. About a year later, we repeated that same process, which resulted in the same outcome. After another year-long hiatus, we met once again. We revisited design thoughts, each of us bringing to the table new ideas and options. Each thought simply solidified the fact that the initial vision was absolutely what we all wanted to see come to fruition, and the decision was finally made to move forward. The main challenge of the site was elevation. The Southeast corner of the lot stands 5'6" above the threshold of the rear door, while the Northeast corner dropped a full 2' below the threshold of the door. The backyard was also long and narrow, sloping side-to-side and toward the house. The key to the design concept was to deftly place the project into the slope and utilize the elevation changes, without allowing them to dominate the yard, or overwhelm the senses. The unseen challenge on this project came in the form of hitting every underground issue possible. We had to relocate the sewer main, the gas line, and the electrical service; and since rock was sitting about 6" below the surface, all of these had to be chiseled through many feet of dense rock, adding to our projected timeline and budget. As you enter the space, your first stop is an outdoor living area. Smooth finished concrete, colored to match the 'Leuder' limestone coping, has a subtle saw-cut pattern aligned with the edges of the recessed fire pit. In small spaces, it is important to consider a multi-purpose approach. So, the recessed fire pit has been fitted with an aluminum cover that allows our client to set up tables and chairs for entertaining, right over the top of the fire pit. From here, it;s two steps up to the pool elevation, and the floating 'Leuder' limestone stepper pads that lead across the pool and hide the dam wall of the flush spa. The main retaining wall to the Southeast is a poured concrete wall with an integrated sheer descent waterfall into the spa. To bring in some depth and texture, a 'Brownstone' ledgestone was used to face both the dropped beam on the pool, and the raised beam of the water feature wall. The main water feature is comprised of five custom made stainless steel scuppers, supplied by a dedicated booster pump. Colored concrete stepper pads lead to the 'Ipe' wood deck at the far end of the pool. The placement of this wood deck allowed us to minimize our use of retaining walls on the Northeast end of the yard, since it drops off over three feet below the elevation of the pool beam. One of the most unique features on this project has to be the structure over the dining area. With a unique combination of steel and wood, the clean modern aesthetic of this structure creates a visual stamp in the space that standard structure could not accomplish. 4" steel posts, painted charcoal grey, are set on an angle, 4' into the bedrock, to anchor the structure. Steel I-beams painted in green-yellow color--aptly called "frolic"--act as the base to the hefty cedar rafters of the roof structure, which has a slight pitch toward the rear. A hidden gutter on the back of the roof sends water down a copper rain chain, and into the drainage system. The backdrop for both this dining area , as well as the living area, is the horizontal screen panel, created with alternating sizes of cedar planks, stained to a calm hue of dove grey.
Little Horn Residence
Little Horn Residence
AquaTerra Outdoors
This late 70's ranch style home was recently renovated with a clean, modern twist on the ranch style architecture of the existing residence. AquaTerra was hired to create the entire outdoor environment including the new pool and spa. Similar to the renovated home, this aquatic environment was designed to take a traditional pool and gives it a clean, modern twist. The site proved to be perfect for a long, sweeping curved water feature that can be seen from all of the outdoor gathering spaces as well as many rooms inside the residence. This design draws people outside and allows them to explore all of the features of the pool and outdoor spaces. Features of this resort like outdoor environment include: -Play pool with two lounge areas with LED lit bubblers -Pebble Tec Pebble Sheen Luminous series pool finish -Lightstreams glass tile -spa with six custom copper Bobe water spillway scuppers -water feature wall with three custom copper Bobe water scuppers -Fully automated with Pentair Equipment -LED lighting throughout the pool and spa -Gathering space with automated fire pit -Lounge deck area -Synthetic turf between step pads and deck -Gourmet outdoor kitchen to meet all the entertaining needs. This outdoor environment cohesively brings the clean & modern finishes of the renovated home seamlessly to the outdoors to a pool and spa for play, exercise and relaxation. Photography: Daniel Driensky
Leucadia Mid Century
Leucadia Mid Century
DZN Partners
PixelProFoto
Diseño de piscinas y jacuzzis alargados, vintage, de tamaño medio, rectangulares, en patio trasero, con losas de hormigón
2015 Swimming Pools
2015 Swimming Pools
Atlantis Pools & Spas, LLC
Modelo de piscina con tobogán natural, tradicional, grande, a medida, en patio trasero, con losas de hormigón
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