Pool House, 42mm Architecture, Poland, green architecture, swimming pool, wooden cladding, exposed concrete, concrete shell, glass facade

The extension accommodates a home theater, lounge, changing rooms, a gym and two suites, with a large swimming pool in front of the building. The annex block references the 20-year-old neighboring postmodern building, but features a pearl-like form that perches over the landscape. Inspired by the idea of a pebble in the grass, the shell-based building stands out but also blends into the surrounding greenery.

Pool House, 42mm Architecture, Poland, green architecture, swimming pool, wooden cladding, exposed concrete, concrete shell, glass facade

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In the interior, wooden paneling forms a floating media unit completely concealing all the devices and screen, while the a curved panel on the other side defines the seating space with the island bar. The architects experimented with fitting a wooden entrance doors into a glass panel. There are no columns and no beams in the interior.

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Via World Architecture News

Photos by Ravi Kanade