Pennsylvania Stone
Ideabooks11,713
Questions7
Our client wanted a simple, rectangle pool, long enough for swimming laps. Their desire was for simplicity and understated elegance. A reverse negative edge, flowing back toward the house is both visually enticing, and creates a pleasant babbling brook sound, as the water trickles down the stair- stepped Pennsylvania ledgestone face. The water flows into a hidden trough filled...More
“Wall” — camnew
Pennsylvania Stone
Ideabooks495
Questions2
Our client wanted a simple, rectangle pool, long enough for swimming laps. Their desire was for simplicity and understated elegance. A reverse negative edge, flowing back toward the house is both visually enticing, and creates a pleasant babbling brook sound, as the water trickles down the stair- stepped Pennsylvania ledgestone face. The water flows into a hidden trough filled...More
“Fountains into pool” — jenniferjohnson29
Pennsylvania Stone
Ideabooks1,787
Questions1
Our client wanted a simple, rectangle pool, long enough for swimming laps. Their desire was for simplicity and understated elegance. A reverse negative edge, flowing back toward the house is both visually enticing, and creates a pleasant babbling brook sound, as the water trickles down the stair- stepped Pennsylvania ledgestone face. The water flows into a hidden trough filled...More
“Mexican beach pebbles” — Scott Govers
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