11. Villa Molli, Italy, by Lorenzo Guzzini

Lorenzo Guzzini designed the infinity pool in a minimalistic way and he quoted that “the pool is not a mere cliche, but it has an architectural and symbolic function, uniting visually to the wild ‘aqua dulza’ of the lake.” 

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Villa Molli pool ©dezeen
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Villa Molli pool ©dezeen

12. Ruckers Hill House, Australia, by Studio Bright

Ruckers Hill House has an outdoor pool with the concept of an ancient roman bath with arches and steps inside the pool. 

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Ruckers Hill House pool ©dezeen
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Ruckers Hill House pool ©dezeen

13. Panorama, Argentina, by Fernanda Marques

Fernanda Marques designed a 10-meter long pool in the form of a human aquarium. The pool is accessible from the second floor and can be seen through a thick glass wall in the living room which is double height.

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Panorama House pool ©dezeen
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Panorama House pool ©dezeen

14. Borden Park Natural Swimming Pool, Canada, by gh3

Borden Park Natural Swimming Pool is an outdoor public pool with natural filtrations through stone, gravel, sand, and botanic filtrations and making the pool sustainable.

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Borden Park Natural Pool ©archdaily 
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Borden Park Natural Pool ©archdaily 

15. Thames Lido, UK, by Marshall And Kendon Architects

Thames lido’s pool is only dedicated for ladies’ use which is covered with all 4 sides and hence placed in the courtyard for privacy purposes. 

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Thames Lido Pool ©archdaily 
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Thames Lido Pool ©archdaily 

16. Carpa Olivera, Mexico, by Collective Urbano

Collective Urbano designed a sea pool where the seawater is also fed to the pool and the waves of the sea can be felt. Besides the pool is a spiral slide to create a playful environment. 

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Carpa Olivera Pool ©Onnis Luque
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Carpa Olivera Pool ©Onnis Luque

17. Swimming Pool In Saint Gilles Croix De Vie, by Pwyo Architects

Pwyo Architects designed 4 pools that are indoor with undulating covered and 1 pool that is outdoors. The inside pool has a full panoramic view towards the outside and the volume of the space gives it a huge appearance. 

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Saint Gilles Croix De Vie Pool ©Jean-François Tremege
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Saint Gilles Croix De Vie Pool ©Jean-François Tremege

18. Swimming Pool And Studio, by Joan Miquel Segui + Tono Vila

The pool is designed as a sheet of water on the terrace level and merges with shades of the terrace and even the pipes are invisible due to their colours. The pool is accessible through the studio and is in the courtyard of the upper floor.

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Swimming Pool And Studio ©Laura Molina
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Swimming Pool And Studio ©Laura Molina

19. Therapeutic Pools For Esperanza School, by FUSTER + Architects

The architects designed the pool for children with physical disabilities in Esperanza School ranging from 5 to 16 years of age. Every pool is a courtyard of circular shape which provides light to the pool and gives a connection to the sky from a child’s perspective.  

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Therapeutic Pools ©Jaime Navarro
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Therapeutic Pools ©Jaime Navarro

20. Hofsos Swimming Pool, Iceland, by Basalt Architects

Hofsos Swimming Pool integrates into the landscape and opens the view towards the Atlantic Ocean which gives the user a feeling of swimming in the ocean and not in the pool. 

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Hofsos Swimming Pool ©Gudmundur Benediktsson , Rafn Sigurbjornsson
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Hofsos Swimming Pool ©Gudmundur Benediktsson , Rafn Sigurbjornsson
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Shivalika is a final year student of architecture from Mumbai. She is kind of a “Go with the flow” person and gives 100% to that flow. She likes observing the surroundings, capturing scenic beauty with her eyes and think, there is no choice between beaches and mountains, they both are necessary.

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