Swiss Contemporary Design
Mamaroneck This home features an indoor/outdoor swimming pool with a wet bar and lounge area. A 27 ft panoramic door opens completely to the concrete patio. A curtain of rain falling from the ceiling at the end of the room can be turned on to add to the ambiance. Above the pool, there is a large, wooden rooftop, which offers stunning views.
Other Contributors: Design and built by Mariella Malizia and Marek Gazda of Coastline Modern Houses
Photo by Jessica Rae Loughran
Bana Choura, AIA
Scarsdale This pool was an integral part of the main house design. Landscape terracing was necessary and the idea of a “bent” pool came to connect the landscape with its soft, curvy forms. The pool is located between the two outdoor spaces; two covered porches, one for sitting and one is used as a breakfast area. On the opposite side sits a fountain with triple spouts.
Other Contributors: Pool By Al; Landscaping, Thunderhill Garden Design
Photo by Sean Jancski
Sean Jancski Landscape Architect
Rye The homeowners wanted to add a pool and pool house to their property without taking up the entire lawn. Sean Jancski worked collaboratively with the architect to create the large Nano walls that open the entire side of the pool house creating a continuous space between the pool, patio, and pool house living area. The final result is a functional and inviting indoor/outdoor living space perfect for entertaining or just enjoying time with family.
Other Contributors: Architect, Crozier Gedney; Pool and Spa, Wagner Pools, Inc.; Masonry, Scenic Designs; Fencing, Garon Fence