Technically, this isn't a cantilever, but who cares? It feels like one and it's stunning. It's a wing of the Fish House, located in Singapore and desinged by Guz Architects. The design takes full
2Modern put together a montage of infinity pools, and there's one in the bunch that gives me a series case of the yips just lookin' at it. Located in the world's most expensive hotel, the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, it's three times the length
Macro Sea, a group whose mission is to "do projects we find interesting" has gone outside the box in their quest to reclaim urban spaces. Mindfully providing an antitdote to the hot summer heat, they've gone to Brooklyn and converted old dumpsters and an abandoned strip mall into an urban oasis for Friday pool parties.
Erik started out with 24' x16' x 7' deep Doughboy pool. With a lot of work and imagination, he turned it into a koi pond.
At 1,000 yards long, this man-made crystal-clear salt-water lagoon covers 20 acres, has a 115 ft deep end and holds 66 million gallons of water. Located at the San Alfonso de Mar resort in Algarrobo, Chile, the pool took 5 years and 1 billion pounds to build and 2 million pounds a year just to maintain. It draws water from the sea and filters it, keeping it in constant circulation. Warmed by the sun, the pool reaches 26C or about 9 degrees...
What a building, what a view, and what a pool. Equally cool, the room in background has merely a chair.
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