Author: Tabita Diela | Tuesday, April 2, 2013 | 20:21 pm
KOMPAS.com - Roof pool or pool on the roof of the building may already be familiar to the hotel buildings. However, what if there are outstanding features in a private home?
Apparently, NL Architects will attempt to break the boundaries of conventional design to create this kind of pool. In its official website, the architectural firm has done a study about the possibility of an at home since 2012 and began publishing the design in March 2013.
Responding to client requests visionary named Andrew R, a Dutch architecture firm is making some incredible designs for a rooftop pool. Sure, they do not just make designs pool above the roof. They also designed the entire building under construction.
Based on client demand, the company will create a residence for a single family with a unique pool on it. This design is a breakthrough may be unique to outsmart the limited space. However, talking about sustainable design, a rooftop swimming pool has a different story.
FastCo Design by www.fastcodesign.com site trying to grow concerned about the possibility of leaks, even the possibility of the collapse of this kind of design. Home construction is considered to not necessarily strongly continuous sustain as much as 50,000 gallons of water. Not to mention, the possibility of storms bring risk of leakage.
However, skepticism it should not be a barrier for a new breakthrough. Because the designs are looking so unique and virtually impossible previously already been created, and proved successful.
One example of the work of Zaha Hadid be the Cincinnati Center for Contemporary Arts. Before FastCo Design launches skepticism at the idea of NL Architects, Dutch architectural firm NL Architects got the idea of "Pool House" of the wishes of a client named Andrew.
Andrew wanted to build a house with a pool concept in Del Rey Beach, Florida, United States. Andrew bought the property in Del Ray Beach and plans to replace the mansion of 1,114 square meters with a smaller home, but more unique. To answer the "challenge" was, NL Architects propose three designs, the Pool House, Sawa House (inspired by rice terraces in Bali), and Brop Blob.
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