Pool Pavilion / GLUCK+

Pool Pavilion / GLUCK+
Pool Pavilion / GLUCK+ - Garden
© Paul Warchol

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  • Civil Engineering: Dente Engineering
  • Mep And Environmental Engineer: IBC Engineering Services, Inc
  • Project Team: Shannon Bambenek, Richard Bednarczyk, John D’Agnone, Peter L. Gluck, Charlie Kaplan, Eric Schaefer, Robert Wall, Douglas Weibel
  • City: Keene
  • Country: United States
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Pool Pavilion / GLUCK+ - Stairs, Garden, Handrail
© Paul Warchol

Text description provided by the architects. Conceived as a ‘rift’ in the landscape this recreational structure is less building than it is landform; an elongated span of grass, stone and glass that unites previously disparate elements of the site. This landscape rift is stretched, carved, and folded to house a complex program of indoor and outdoor recreation including a lap pool, spa, sauna, outdoor play fields, terraces, theatre, and gym. The office, a two story copper-clad structure, the sole vertical element of the building, rises up to create a solitary marker in the landscape.

Pool Pavilion / GLUCK+ - Garden, Handrail
© Paul Warchol

The exterior materials reflect the natural feel and texture of the site: locally quarried bluestone walls are an extension of the Adirondack geology; the copper cladding’s patina ages and reflects its surroundings; and the green roof changes color to mirror the changing landscape.

Pool Pavilion / GLUCK+ - Garden, Forest
© Erik Freeland
Pool Pavilion / GLUCK+ - Image 2 of 12
© Amy Barkow

An integrated environmental strategy weaves formal concerns with responsible building solutions. Massive overhangs protect from direct solar heating; inverted planes of the white fabric ceiling to disperse light in every direction to maximize day-lighting; sod roofs and buried program space create thermal mass to reduce heat exchange and the intensive green roof provides additional insulation, reduces storm water runoff and creates additional occupiable green spaces.

Pool Pavilion / GLUCK+ - Windows
© Paul Warchol

The experience of the pool pavilion and its adjoining spaces suggest alternative ways of both viewing and participating in the Adirondack Landscape.

Pool Pavilion / GLUCK+ - Windows, Door, Facade
© Paul Warchol

Note: This project was originally published on 14 June, 2013.

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Address:Adirondack Mountains, Keene, NY 12943, USA

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Cite: "Pool Pavilion / GLUCK+" 21 Apr 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/386605/pool-pavilion-gluck> ISSN 0719-8884

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