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Poolhouse / Philipp Baumhauer

  • 01:00 - 11 August, 2010
Poolhouse / Philipp Baumhauer
Poolhouse / Philipp Baumhauer, ©  Julien Lanoo
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©  Julien Lanoo ©  Julien Lanoo ©  Julien Lanoo ©  Julien Lanoo +14

From the architect. The pavillion combines on 25 sqm the pool filter system, shower, changing room, toilet and a lawnmower garage. Conventionally, spaces of this purpose supposedly require covering and hiding surfaces.

©  Julien Lanoo
©  Julien Lanoo

The facilities are intentionally placed in a vitrine. Their outlines are both fractured and distorted by the mirrored vegetation on the glass façade.

©  Julien Lanoo
©  Julien Lanoo
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Manuel Ángel Morales · August 18, 2012

Poolhouse. München. Deutschland http://t.co/q113BCnM vía @ArchDaily

Jasem Nadoum · January 19, 2012

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Bontempo Móveis · November 26, 2011

Lindíssima Poolhouse (por Philipp Baumhauer) http://t.co/bfT3StUe #Design #Arquitetura

poom chatpaitoon · April 26, 2011

Poolhouse / Philipp Baumhauer | ArchDaily http://t.co/zZeKwxg via @archdaily very beautiful house!

Iris · November 07, 2010

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nogz · September 14, 2010

Wonderful, and a reminder of what potential there is in materiality and transparency in producing spaces which fit into an epoch. Is this a Mies Van Der Rohe or a Steve Jobs? Refreshing.

Ricky · August 26, 2010

Clean and sleek approach, but as people mention would be interesting how it ages. As for the people that ask about pool location, check 2nd picture you can get the idea that its on the right side between those threes.
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mizutani hajime · August 12, 2010
friedwart von Eh · August 12, 2010

nice renderings, in nice setting. lawnmower showroom is a bit too much, and where's the pool? :)

brb001 · August 12, 2010

It's beautiful and certainly looks great in the photographs. But I have to wonder about how difficult it will be to keep clean. I would not want to be the housekeeper.

It will also be curious to see how something like this ages over time.

Caroline Halliwell · August 11, 2010

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Nicholas Patten · August 11, 2010
Arquitetura da Vila · August 11, 2010

Belo projeto de residência. Simples assim. A imagem de noite é linda. http://fb.me/xSXafTIl

Scott @ Cube Studio · August 11, 2010

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arch alternativ · August 11, 2010

Looking at: "Perfect example of LESS IS BORE. Poolhouse | #ArchDaily"( http://twitthis.com/luio92 )

dezign_bot · August 11, 2010

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old amsterdamer · August 11, 2010

I love the cantilevered canopy and semi-transparent glazing. That's what makes the architect a decent follower of Mies.

terd ferguson · August 11, 2010

where's the pool? and why would they incorporate the lawn mower storage into this serene white glass shelter...almost got it.

Albert · August 11, 2010

Some might call it cool experimental architecture. Maybe...To me it is just a parody of great Mies. Pure case of non-relevant solution completely ignoring functionality and defective (in this particular case) minimalism version "Less is Bore".

M · August 11, 2010

Beautiful. Yet just curious: How does one use the toilet privately with the glass panes?

sullka · August 11, 2010 08:17 PM

That's what the courtains are for, see the courtain rail in the ceiling?

That's one stylish tool shed (lawnmower)

I just don't quite like the wood they used, other than that it's pretty nice.

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