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Jendretzki | Pool House

Architecture Jendretzki | Pool House

Jendretzki | Pool HouseThis Pool House, set on the sidelines of a polo field in the Buenos Aires Pampas, frames the olympic-size swimming pool. The concrete columns purposedly intrude into the shallow pool to demonstrate a hierarchy while being playful. The pergola provides a designed shadow for on-the-water lunches.

Jendretzki | Pool House

Jendretzki | Pool HouseThe pool itself is divided into areas of different depths including a submerged jaccuzzi, a kids shallow pool, as well as the main swimming section all of which are under the same body of water. The architectural language of the building responds to the vernacular contemporary Spanish colonial typical in the countryside.

Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Architect: Jendretzki
Area:  3000 sf
Completed: 2008
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