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Klopf Architecture | Pool House

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Klopf Architecture | Pool HouseA sunny day around the pool

I would like to introduce a small wood project your readers would enjoy “The Pool House”. In a quiet natural setting the pool house is located at a mid-century modern home in Los Gatos. The transformation once an overgrown yard and open pool deck now a habitable destination space for swimmers and non-swimmers alike.

Klopf Architecture | Pool House

Klopf Architecture | Pool HouseFraming views of the giant redwood trees and an adjacent golf course the pool house provides needed protection from scorching rays of sun, an outdoor work area, sport activities, dinning and lounge with changing rooms, not to mention protection from meandering golf balls. Minimal in it’s intention yet timeless, natural and restful with all the amenities of home.

Klopf Architecture | Pool HouseBuilt in 2011, the materials are primarily cedar with IPE wood decking. The architect, Klopf Architecture, designs warm, modern homes, net-zero energy projects, and modern home additions and remodels. The firm is best known for its respectful designs for Eichler and other Mid-Century Modern homes.

Location: Los Gatos, USA
Architects: Klopf Architecture
Photography: Mariko Reed
Landscape: Architect Andrea Sessa
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