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Stainless steel pool for the Gallery of Human Creativity by architects from de.fakto

Stainless steel pool for the Gallery of Human Creativity by architects from de.fakto

Thanks to our cooperation with the architectural and design studio de.fakto, we were given the opportunity to produce the IMAGINOX stainless steel pool for a unique house with a garden in Černošice. The whole project was tailored to the ideas of the architects from the de.fakto studio and the pool was individually adapted to the design of the surrounding environment. Our added value is that we adapt to the visions of architects and thus produce unique tailor-made products.

This showroom and gallery is decorated with a stainless steel pool with an overflow in a beautiful infinity edge design. It gives the impression of a never-ending swimming pool and is the perfect choice for modern design – both minimalist and rustic – exteriors, such as this reference gallery by de.fakto.

We can make stainless steel pools to measure and adapt them perfectly to the terrain. Even in this case, we placed the pool on a slope next to a large terrace with two intermediate levels. The architects modified the garden on a steep slope into several levels, which are ingeniously connected by walkways. The swimming pool with a terrace dominates the garden along with a Zen place, seating, hammock, garden or climbing rope.

The stainless steel pool was placed in a concrete tub and created as an overflow pool on two sides and fitted with skimmers on the remaining two sides. The overflow trough gradually slopes from a height of 80 cm and is covered with stones. The entrance staircase to the pool is cantilevered. It is an individually designed stone four-step staircase connected to the design staircase leading to the house.

The pool stands out for its length of 12 meters, width of 2.8 meters and depth of 1.35 meters. The architects chose an automatic lamella cover for the stainless steel pool, while the slats are solar. The slats are located in the shaft behind the pool and maintain the temperature. When the pool is uncovered, the slats are rolled into a shaft located behind the pool wall.

We collaborated on the project with the de.fakto studio. The author of the photos is @vaclavnovakcom.