Infinity Edge Pools
We describe them using many terms - vanishing-edge, infinity-edge, negative-edge, knife-edge, slot-overflow, flooded-deck, gutter or perimeter-overflow pools, among others, but between concept and execution are many pitfalls that need to be considered, managed and overcome by those who design and build these watershapes.
When you take all of the hydraulic, mechanical and aesthetic issues into account, it's clear that these watershapes are more complex than they seem at first glance. There's actually a lot going on, and what you don't know as a designer, installer or consumer can definitely take a bite out of you if you're not careful and well-informed.Read More
The waterscapes in this project, among our best works, were developed as an artistic and artful expression of the home; with crisp lines, graceful changes in elevation and a clearly sculptural quality. In executing the plan we were acutely aware of the design importance of the water’s reflective qualities, which made dead-calm water a hydraulic goal even with the various flows from level to level.Read More
How to differentiate between the "custom," "high-end" and "luxury" pools others devise and the "architectural pools" or, better yet, the "aquatic art" I strive to create.
A talented designer will be the one who makes everything work together and every detail of a project seem as though it belongs.