Custom-shaped Pool Design Ideas
Too many features to list, this infinity pool with a 360" reflection spa is integrated seamlessly into a landscape setting of eggshell floating polished concrete floors and flower beds, black polished concrete plinths, decking and spectacular fauna.
The pool and floating slabs are accentuated with coloured led lights illuminating the custom blended bisazza tiles.
In essence this pool was built to impress, whether used to relax or party, it has it all.
Multi level pool design to reduce pool fencing
Possibility to reduce pool fencing, pool above ground - sandi_nathan
Bayside Architectural Elegance Meets Absolute Bespoke Luxury
Secluded at the end of an exclusive cul-de-sac, this exquisite, luxurious yet understated, utterly sublime residence exudes utter class. With striking cutting edge design, created under the careful guidance of Heather Buttrose and Associates, every line and aspect of this property maximises its perfect due north aspect and extensive Middle Harbour water views.
Sleek, minimal lines characterise this residence with an impressive and contemporary 16m wide (approx.) front facade that sets the tone for the home. With direct level entry access into the home, bespoke details and beautiful finishes add a richness evidenced in the stunning custom entry door, the stone flooring, cleverly hidden door systems and the unique American White Oak wall and cabinetry paneling featured throughout.
The generously proportioned floorplan showcases a masterful use of space, with sprawling indoor and outdoor living areas including a stunning 15m pool and rooms with the additional ability to be subtlety transformed, depending on circumstances and/or individual requirements. Security gated and exclusively private, the attention to detail exemplified throughout is truly remarkable.
Evening pool shot, looking into kitchen and dining.
Photo: Tom Ferguson
architecturally design and very sophisticated. - rose_swords
Architect: Neil Cownie Architect
Landscape: PLAN E
Photographer: Michael Nicholson, Rob Frith & Jack Lovel
Built-in bbq with polished concrete bench top and sides, timber batten base. In channel glass pool fence. Tiled pool surrounds with Timber decking. Covered with a mechanical louvred shade structure. Large format stepping stones as access through lawn area.
Photos by Natalie Hunfalvay
The residence was built in the Art Deco era, so all parties wanted to ensure that the pool integrated well with the residence and looked like it and the surrounding landscape had been there as long as the home. Image by Dave Kulesza