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Let’s go surfing… after we take a dip in the pool.
Swimming pools and spas come in all shapes and sizes but none have a champagne acrylic spa suspended over the pool. This spa is constructed using stainless steel structural members welded to a stainless steel post that extends down below the pool floor. The stainless steel coping allowed one time access for the installation of the hydrotherapy jets within the curved structural members. The straight wall has the majority of the plumbing behind the acrylic panels with the equipment piping in view when the system is off. This required every nut, bolt, pipe run, fittings, and all glue joints to be PERFECT, nothing less was acceptable. Great for the technical minded owner. The all glass tile quarter circle pool was built with a stainless steel coping and rotating post which is designed to allow the interior quarter circle of the house floor to rotate from inside the house to outside the house and cover the pool and be used for outdoor dancing. Although the motor mechanism was never installed, the pivot point of the floor was installed in the square corner of the pool and the movable interior floor was never installed, the pivot point of the floor was installed in the square corner of the pool and the movable interior floor was constructed. Needless to say, the design of the house windows completely opening up to the pool area and the proximity to your own beach and the public beach make for a great party place.
The owners of this swimming pool really wanted a swimming pool and spa design that would blend with the surrounding area. Starting with the spa they took their cue from the natural hot springs found in the mountains, as the jets churn the water and people get in a the spa the water level raises up and out of the sloped deck and into a slot drain surrounding the spa. The water then travels down a series of large flat stones in the river bed and into the 825 square foot lagoon located at the base of the pool. The second spa is located outside of the master bedroom. The swimming pool design has a Baja shelf adjacent to the beach entry where little people can play and have a great time. There is a complete outdoor kitchen and serving bar for guests who can swim up and take a seat at the counter. After the sun goes down and it cools off everyone can sit around the fire pit and make Smores.
This Silver Winner for the Geometric Pool category features; a jumping rock, perimeter over-flow edge, spa-attached concrete, vanishing edge, zero-entry, and a fire pit.
This all-tiled spa and pebble finished pool combination includes an intricate fountain located at the far end of the pool this is the definition of a geometric swimming pool. However, the water feature is the star of the show in this backyard filled with such beauty. The wall on the front side of the fountain is covered with specialty scallop glass tile that creates a wave pattern for the water to run over the sparkles in just the right light. Water trickles down the elaborate wall and ends up in the pool. The 48-foot pool is met at the other end by a wading area for the kids. The all-tile spa could have the best seat in the house, turn on the jets and relax as you watch the big screen TV behind the outdoor kitchen. It is perfect solution after a long day at work.