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13 fotos de piscinas infinitas amarillas

Grey Forest Modern Pool and Spa
Grey Forest Modern Pool and Spa
Infinity Pools of Texas
This hill country home is modern and rustic. So we designed the pool to match. A modern shape with rustic stone, that also adds warmth to the space. Plus, look at those views!
Re-Imagined Shoreline | 12
Re-Imagined Shoreline | 12
Broadhurst + Associates
Andrew Buchanan of Subtle Light Photography
Modelo de piscina infinita, marinera, rectangular, en patio trasero, con adoquines de piedra natural
The Bridge House
The Bridge House
BONE Structure
Dan Brunn Architecture prides itself on the economy and efficiency of its designs, so the firm was eager to incorporate BONE Structure’s steel system in Bridge House. Combining classic post-and-beam structure with energy-efficient solutions, BONE Structure delivers a flexible, durable, and sustainable product. “Building construction technology is so far behind, and we haven’t really progressed,” says Brunn, “so we were excited by the prospect working with BONE Structure.”
Rancho Santa Fe backyard
Rancho Santa Fe backyard
San Diego Master Craftsmen
Outdoor infinity pool with hot tub, surrounded by mediterranean style tile and accents. Beautiful paver design make for easy upkeep and a beautiful outdoor space. Outdoor fire feature warms up the space. Pergola with curtains provides a perfect outdoor dining area with plenty of shade. Pool house built to provide kitchen space and bar perfect for entertaining and parties.
Raised and Tiled Zero Edge Infinity Pool
Raised and Tiled Zero Edge Infinity Pool
Luxe h2o, Inc. | Luxury Pools & Landscapes
Raised and Tiled Zero Edge Infinity Pool
Foto de piscina con fuente infinita, contemporánea, de tamaño medio, rectangular, en patio trasero, con losas de hormigón
Kemble
Kemble
Cunningham | Quill Architects
Photo by David Burroughs
Imagen de piscina infinita, moderna, de tamaño medio, rectangular, en patio delantero, con adoquines de piedra natural
Modern Coastal Retreat
Modern Coastal Retreat
Smelek Design
Imagen de piscinas y jacuzzis infinitos, minimalistas, de tamaño medio, a medida, en patio trasero, con entablado
Casa China Blanca
Casa China Blanca
Ledge Lounger
The Casa China Blanca, is a stunning residential home in Puerto Vallarta Mexico It has been featured in movies, TV, and is available for rent for private parties. In December of 2015 Ledge Lounger furniture was added to the tanning ledge of the modern, glass tile pool of this home.
Outdoor Audio
Outdoor Audio
ADC Audio Visual Inc.
Ejemplo de piscinas y jacuzzis infinitos, mediterráneos, grandes, tipo riñón, en patio trasero, con adoquines de hormigón
Spicewood Pool & Spa
Spicewood Pool & Spa
Austin Water Designs
Our client wanted to be “wowed” and drawn from the home into the outdoor living space. As artists, they wanted a unique design that would transition from a more intimately situated pool close to the home out into their expansive property highlighting their view. From the sand colored aggregate on the beach entry to the hand-made glass tile on the pool, spa and catch basin, every detail was taken into consideration to complement the existing home and landscape. This pool won a SILVER International and a BRONZE Region Design award The materials used on this project include a Versailles pattern Travertine decking, Lunada Bay glass tile, Travertine coping, MicroFusion exposed aggregate interior finish, Sand in beach entry, Tahoe in pool, spa and catch basin/grotto, Zodiac Jandy pool equipment. Charles Quinn Photography
Contemporary Country Estate
Contemporary Country Estate
User
This contemporary country estate demanded an equally unique and contemporary design of the pool and surrounding outdoor entertaining space. Gib-San designed two pools: the larger triangular with double sided infinity edge is connected to the smaller rectangular year round pool by three unique circular windows. The outer wall of the home's lower level has three rectangular windows that allow light to flood into the space throughout the entire year. It also makes for a spectacular conversation piece at the bar!
Casolare Val d'Orcia
Casolare Val d'Orcia
Studio Arch-è
Diseño de piscina infinita, actual, grande, rectangular, con entablado
Lune De Sang Pavilion
Lune De Sang Pavilion
CHROFI
A former dairy property, Lune de Sang is now the centre of an ambitious project that is bringing back a pocket of subtropical rainforest to the Byron Bay hinterland. The first seedlings are beginning to form an impressive canopy but it will be another 3 centuries before this slow growth forest reaches maturity. This enduring, multi-generational project demands architecture to match; if not in a continuously functioning capacity, then in the capacity of ancient stone and concrete ruins; witnesses to the early years of this extraordinary project. The project’s latest component, the Pavilion, sits as part of a suite of 5 structures on the Lune de Sang site. These include two working sheds, a guesthouse and a general manager’s residence. While categorically a dwelling too, the Pavilion’s function is distinctly communal in nature. The building is divided into two, very discrete parts: an open, functionally public, local gathering space, and a hidden, intensely private retreat. The communal component of the pavilion has more in common with public architecture than with private dwellings. Its scale walks a fine line between retaining a degree of domestic comfort without feeling oppressively private – you won’t feel awkward waiting on this couch. The pool and accompanying amenities are similarly geared toward visitors and the space has already played host to community and family gatherings. At no point is the connection to the emerging forest interrupted; its only solid wall is a continuation of a stone landscape retaining wall, while floor to ceiling glass brings the forest inside. Physically the building is one structure but the two parts are so distinct that to enter the private retreat one must step outside into the landscape before coming in. Once inside a kitchenette and living space stress the pavilion’s public function. There are no sweeping views of the landscape, instead the glass perimeter looks onto a lush rainforest embankment lending the space a subterranean quality. An exquisitely refined concrete and stone structure provides the thermal mass that keeps the space cool while robust blackbutt joinery partitions the space. The proportions and scale of the retreat are intimate and reveal the refined craftsmanship so critical to ensuring this building capacity to stand the test of centuries. It’s an outcome that demanded an incredibly close partnership between client, architect, engineer, builder and expert craftsmen, each spending months on careful, hands-on iteration. While endurance is a defining feature of the architecture, it is also a key feature to the building’s ecological response to the site. Great care was taken in ensuring a minimised carbon investment and this was bolstered by using locally sourced and recycled materials. All water is collected locally and returned back into the forest ecosystem after use; a level of integration that demanded close partnership with forestry and hydraulics specialists. Between endurance, integration into a forest ecosystem and the careful use of locally sourced materials, Lune de Sang’s Pavilion aspires to be a sustainable project that will serve a family and their local community for generations to come.
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