Rooftop pool with transparent bottom: the architectural jewel of the Jellyfish House
Ah, transparent pools ! Real jewels of contemporary architecture, these basins with walls and bottom glass look like gigantic aquariums, designed for humans and not for aquatic beings. The latest in landscape architecture, this type of swimming pool is equally inviting in our homes, thus testifying to the ingenuity of architects and designers. And if the glass pool could overhang our living rooms? But wait: it’s not a dream but the reality. To prove it, our article of the day will present you the exclusive rooftop pool of a splendid house located in Marbella, Sierra Blanca, Spain.
The Jellyfish House: a dream location and an exclusive rooftop pool
Just before paying tribute to the beautiful rooftop pool, it is necessary to say a few words about the beautiful architecture of the house. Combining contemporary minimalism with a refined and refined appeal, the property represents a huge concrete block, whose design is deftly interior and exterior.
But back to our subject, namely the rooftop pool! From its transparent background, the monumental pool is visible from inside the house, which allows you to contemplate the reflections of the water and watch the show of bathers. As a bonus, the roof terrace where the pool is installed, allows bathers to always have a view of the sea.
A veritable nautical jewel, this rooftop pool was designed and created by the studio Wiel Arets Architects, in collaboration with the architect Paul Draaijer. Harmonious marriage of purity, contemporary minimalism , feeling of freedom and supreme luxury, the Jellyfish House is a source of inspiration that invites us to escape, even just by watching.
The feeling of freedom and luxury reigns in the living rooms
* Jellyfish House by Wiel Arets Architects