New Urban Home Builders
10 Reviews
Hill Country Arts and Crafts
Ideabooks4,992
Questions1
Photo by Tre Dunham Vanguard Studio
“Trusses” — ldneel
Shehan Pools
1 Review
Private Estate #10
Ideabooks1,428
Questions3
This lagoon swimming pool features a vanishing edge, rock waterfall, slide, beach entry with rock accents, water geysers and a large travertine patio Shehan Pools
“Wow! Pool” — Tina Helenihi
Saint Dizier Design
1 Review
Kona Coast
Ideabooks2,863
Questions2
The swim-up bar entices guests to spend the entire day in the pool. Photo: Mary E. Nichols
“cabana attached to the pool” — Jason Layton
Hortus Oasis
14 Reviews
Celebration Pool Paradise
Ideabooks1,218
Questions2
To counteract the formidable placement of the pool (diagonal to the house), a stronger diagonal was developed by placing a sunning deck, which appears to float, and a dining pergola at 90 degrees to the pool. These hardscape elements set the stage for an exotic, tropically themed sanctuary. www.hortusoasis.com
“Narrow space pool” — pat6chaney
Crisp Architects
36 Reviews
Indoor Pool
Ideabooks370
Questions0
Lap pool addition. Photographer:Reid Dalland
“Indoor pool with sliders” — dbarman
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Spa Oasis
Ideabooks2,001
Questions1
This mid-century house and garden went through an extensive remodel. A raised lap pool with a water fall is the main feature of the back yard. The raised edge works as a seat wall and helps mitigate the height of the retaining walls behind the pool. The dark concrete walls frame a dynamic relationship between a triangular wood deck and lawn on either side of the pool. The deck ...More
“Deck” — Svetlana Perets
Lewis Aquatech
20 Reviews
Baker
Ideabooks2,063
Questions0
A long rectangular pool with a great water feature built right into the side.
“Waterfall edge creating the sound of running water” — soulsby
Rudolph Architects
Custom Home, Fishers Island, New York
Ideabooks1,759
Questions2
Located on the western shore of Fishers Island, this stately home rests prominently along the shoreline of this prestigious vacation community. The house was completely stripped of the original stucco and asphalt roof and replaced with cedar clapboard and cedar shakes. A more defined entrance portico begins the sequence with which one moves through the house. Dormers were added...More
“All” — Cathy Christensen
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