Steal A Design Element From The World’s Most Amazing Pools

Steal A Design Element From The World’s Most Amazing Pools

Steal A Design Element From The World’s Most Amazing Pools

Spectacular swimming pools – in pictures

From The Guardian

They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.  Sir Isaac Newton stood on the shoulders of Giants in order to succeed, meaning he merely advanced the knowledge that his predecessors uncovered.  The same principle can apply when you are designing our own outdoor living paradise.  These amazing swimming pools from around the world will inspire you to bring something sublime into your own backyard.

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If it’s hot and you fancy a dip, why settle for your local lido? Here’s a selection of some of the world’s most amazing pools

Jay Dweck, a former Goldman Sachs banker, commissioned this $1m violin-shaped swimming pool. Photograph:

The scarlet pool at The Library hotel, Ko Samui, Thailand, gives you some idea of what it might be like to swim in a pool of blood.

The Crystal Lagoon at the San Alfonso del Mar resort, Chile, is the world’s largest pool – it is more than a kilometre long and holds 250m litres of water. Photograph: Gavin Bernard/Barcroft Media

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