765 studio/residence, a modern residence in Atlanta, GeorgiaContemporary Pool, Atlanta

Pool oasis in Atlanta with large deck. The pool finish is Pebble Sheen by Pebble Tec, the dimensions are 8' wide x 50' long. The deck is Dasso XTR bamboo decking.

Mid-sized trendy backyard rectangular lap pool photo in Atlanta with decking —  Houzz
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Eric Murungi wrote:Jun 27, 2013
  • Rigo Ramirez

    Best pool design ever!!! I built mine based on this. Thank you!!!!

  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects

    The space is approximately 60'x20', including - deck, pool and landscaping

randy weiss wrote:May 10, 2012
  • PRO
    Foreverpools
    Glass tile used is very similar to this picture attached which is 1" x 1" iridescent light blue glass tile. www.houzz.com/foreverpools
  • hautchic
    Would you please tell me the color you chose for the pool plaster/pebble tec/or pebblesheen? We are supposed to be choosing a color for our current pool renovations and I am a bit lost. i do love this color though. Thank you!! Write a comment
dre2th wrote:May 16, 2015
  • Skylar Williams

    This looks like a great little pool to just do some laps for exercising. Is it one of those pools that have jets where you swim against the current? I've been thinking of building a pool in our backyard next summer but we're still trying to figure out if we want one for exercise or more for fun. http://www.reliantpools.com 

  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects

    Thank you. You can swim laps, but it is not a resistance pool.

Richard Szyniszewski wrote:May 29, 2016
Chris Williams wrote:Nov 27, 2014
  • Tina Fehr Redecop
    I would like to know the price of just the pool itself
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects

    The pool with all of the required equipment is in the range of $40,000 - $50,000

habanero1 wrote:Apr 13, 2013
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects
    They have varied materials that are different price points, also the application is a large portion of the cost, the larger the pool the lesser the sf cost and vice versa.
lindsaympage wrote:Feb 7, 2016
slsad99 wrote:Oct 26, 2014
  • hhughes19
    What is the cost of the pool?
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects

    The cost of the pool will vary based on many circumstances. A similar pool may be in the $45,000 - $60,000 range.

Jessicah Amrine wrote:Apr 30, 2014
dudemonkey wrote:Feb 18, 2014
  • dudemonkey
    Great, thanks for the super quick reply! We have a very similar deck with a very similar "water basin" type pool, pretty much the same measurements, but sadly only around 30cm deep, so more decorative and not for swimming. We can't lead any pipes underneath the house because we have a huge cellar underneath :). salt would also be our way to go, at the moment we have no filtration and i'm dumping masses of chlorine into it. might make a real pool out of it one day!!
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects
    Sounds like quite a project - good luck!
Tia wrote:Feb 27, 2013
  • digidogla
    Can you tell me the brand of the coping pieces?
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects
    We had the coping custom made.
jennisp wrote:Feb 13, 2013
Inside In Mind wrote:Nov 28, 2012
  • Obeng Yaw
    how deep its the pool
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects
    The pool is 50 ' long by 8' wide, the shelf is 6" deep, the remainder varies from 3.5' to 5.5' deep.
edwige lechevin wrote:Oct 28, 2017
  • PRO
  • Teacher First Class
    Color names are not precise descriptors, but i would call this "aquamarine" or "teal". I might add the descriptor "light" in front of either of those. As for the pool structure, you can call off-whites almost anything, especially because the lighting makes a big difference in how whites look. I might call the structure "creamy-white", or "eggshell."
Talavera & Ceramic Tile Studio wrote:Mar 20, 2017
saraze wrote:Apr 18, 2016
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects

    The product is Dasso XTR. The decking product is around $7-8/sf. That does not include the deck substructure.

  • Penelope Smith

    Oh, I really like the look of this pool and the deck next to it. Do you know what type of wood the pool deck is made out of? My parents are planning on getting a pool this summer. They haven't picked a decking material for around the pool yet. I think they would like something like this one. https://www.sunpavers.com/pool-decks

nahisnazarianmd wrote:Jun 4, 2014
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects
    50' long x 8' wide x 4.5' deep (average)
  • rogerhazardous
    Just the info I needed here in neighboring Birmingham, AL. Very dramatic, like the side ledges too.
Christalie Interiors wrote:Mar 19, 2014
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects
    Cryptomeria japonica - a fast growing evergreen, loves the sun, makes a great screen
  • johnofer
    can you sow us the skech
Owen Landscape Architect wrote:Jul 16, 2013
  • Richard M
    Looks as if it could be a type of composite material. Nice looking deck and pool area.
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects
    Wow, great eye. The material is the same, Dassp bamboo decking. The material on the floor has groves, the face material is a flat board. At the time we designed and built this deck the only type of deck floor material was the grooved type, they now offer a smooth, flat board for flooring.
Melodie Moore wrote:Nov 18, 2012
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects
    The pool with all of the required equipment is in the range of $40,000 - $50,000
  • llange1
    I wish it is beautiful!! Thank you for responding.
hunterhu wrote:Oct 21, 2012
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects
    The exterior decking system is a bamboo material by Dasso Flooring
  • hunterhu
    thanks or the info.
ashayea wrote:Oct 7, 2012
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects
    Because it is shallow it is warmer than the rest of the pool. The shallow area is great for reading a book or magazine or just reclining and enjoying a cocktail.
  • franz suico
    and you can also enjoy that shallow part with your kids especially when they are still toddlers . . . if you have kids =D
ecrowley wrote:Jun 23, 2012
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects
    The coping is precast concrete, the material below the waterline is glass tile in the shallow area and Pebbletex for the rest
  • kaloyski22
    simply superb...nice!
Tamara Thornton wrote:Apr 29, 2018
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects

    The pebbles are standard - nothing special.

    Some do end up in the pool, they have never caused a problem.

marabees wrote:Feb 5, 2018
K Ward wrote:Jun 11, 2017
Rosaly Bristow wrote:Aug 17, 2016
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects

    Depending on what you want - heat, cover, finishes and depending on your site and soil conditions - a pool similar to this one can cost from $60 - 80,000.

Sandie Knox wrote:Aug 2, 2016
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects

    Thank you for contacting TaC studios. We provide unique designs for individual clients. We do not re-sell plans. Let us know if you are interested in architectural design services.

Richard Szyniszewski wrote:Jun 5, 2016
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects

    The pump and filtration are on the other side of the house, about 30' away.

Lynne wrote:May 9, 2016
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects

    the home is approximate 3,600 sf. To build a similar home today you need to budget $225 to $250/sf

rizzadelc85 wrote:May 5, 2016
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects

    Thank you - the house is approximately 3,4-- sf, garage additional 400 s.f.. The deck around the pool is 800 sf, the rooftop terrace around 600 sf.

Art On Home wrote:May 1, 2016
lindsaympage wrote:Feb 5, 2016
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects

    The waterline has a glass tile blend by DalTile, I do not remember the specific proportions of the custom blend. The same tile is used on the flat portion off the shelf as well as the vertical portion of it.

theresakdecker wrote:Dec 22, 2015
Apple wrote:Sep 18, 2015
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects

    Thank you, around the pool is pea gravel, the green screen is chryptomeria japonica . Attached is a recent photo that was shot for a magazine article. You can see how the palms have grown.


mindeehaas wrote:Mar 20, 2015
Corie Sheppard-Babb wrote:Oct 19, 2014
Corie Sheppard-Babb wrote:Oct 16, 2014
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects
    The deck is 13' deep (including the precast concrete step adjacent to the house)
cgbailey wrote:Aug 31, 2014
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects
    The waterline has a glass tile blend by DalTile, I do not remember the specific proportions of the custom blend. The same tile is used on the flat portion off the shelf as well as the vertical portion of it. Enjoy your pool!
sabrinamclure wrote:Aug 31, 2014
David Johnson wrote:Jul 30, 2014
jimdebshome wrote:Jul 12, 2013
  • 1sunshine29
    Yellow with splashes of red in the decor.
pharwart wrote:Jun 20, 2013
  • PRO
    TaC studios, architects
    We are architects and provide pool design services as a part of our residential design, our website is tacstudios.com. It does seem that you have specific needs as to what you want in a pool. I think that contacting a reputable pool company in you are you should be able to get exactly what you need. Be sure that you plan for the location of all filters, pumps... as these are not pretty to look at and do make noise. I wish you luck with your project.
tenetar wrote:Aug 2, 2012

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Laura Gaskill added this to 8 Ideas for Petite PoolsMay 19, 2014

Lap pool. A long, narrow lot is ideally suited for a lap pool — a great choice for avid swimmers. This one is surrounded by budget-friendly pea gravel and an extra-long wooden deck.

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lerr7337
lerr7337 added this to Library4 days ago

The pool is exactly what I want

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