Superb picket poolhouse located in Springdale, Arkansas, designed by Marlon Blackwell Architects.
Description by Marlon Blackwell Architects
The Srygley Pool Home is situated inside a suburban neighborhood that gives little variation from the standard single-household home mannequin. The straightforward type of the constructing strikes a daring pose inside this panorama. The pool home is wrapped in subdued cedar siding, permitting the seemingly overseas type to coexist with the encompassing brick and cedar residences. The decrease degree opens up onto the pool terrace, establishing a clear base that permits guests to stream freely from outdoors to inside. This transparency and the quantity of the lounge that extends as much as the second degree permits the constructing to really feel bigger than itself.
Alongside the pool-aspect of the second degree, stacked bunk alcoves present area for six visitor, extending using the modest construction from pool home to bunk home. The bunks are illuminated by a horizontal band of sunshine. Cubbies and closets are rigorously built-in into the bunks recalling the inside of a ship’s cabin with a steady wall of storage and sleeping quarters.
The subdued gesture of the constructing type is juxtaposed with a panorama of crops, bushes, and timber that’s inhabited by ceramic alligators, carved stone birds, and an imposing 3000 lb. dinosaur. Nevertheless, quite than contrasting, the comparatively wild yard appears the right setting for the Pool Home. They work as opposites typically do: the constructing calms the wild panorama and collectively they supply a spot of refuge and retreat.
Images courtesy of Marlon Blackwell Architects