A pool with a glass floor projects off the second story of a present day concrete house, providing people calming on the semi-enclosed terrace under a entertaining seem at swimmers. It is also noticeable from within the residence, with the blue-green water casting tranquil rippling reflections onto the surfaces of the kitchen.
Guests to Jellyfish Home, a trip residence in Spain by Wiel Arets Architects, meander from the ground level up a concrete ramp to the primary entrance, exactly where the swimming pool helps make an instant impression. They can either enter the partially submerged basement for accessibility to 2 guest bedrooms, or continue into the frequent spaces of the first floor, which include a sauna and steam bath.
An exterior set of stairs provides a fast route directly to the roof, although the interior stairs lead to further bedrooms. The rooftop terrace and infinity-edge swimming pool, which has a built-in underwater bench, overlook the nearby Mediterranean Sea. A smalls revise elevator enables foods and drink to be brought from any other floor up to the rooftop.
The architects get in touch with the design and style “an avant-garde expression of luxurious residing,” and it definitely provides a 1-of-a-kind encounter that honors its seaside place.