I love looking at these on a hot day!
A black-plaster-lined pool, devised by Bonetti/Kozerski Architecture and Design for the New Paltz, New York, home of movie director Shawn Levy and his family, overlooks the Shawangunk Mountains. The expansive terrace is sheathed in pietra d’Istria, an Italian limestone.
An integral part of its hillside setting, the infinity pool at filmmaker Michael Bay’s Los Angeles residence was designed by architect Chad Oppenheim and executed by the firm Rios Clementi Hale Studios; it features an oval inset hot tub.
Mexican architect Diego Villaseñor conceived this geometric Venetian-tiled pool at a compound in Los Cabos to take advantage of the site’s spectacular ocean views. The marble terrace connects two copper-roofed pavilions.
On a Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea, a stone-paved pool by David Kelly of Rees Roberts + Partners melds seamlessly with the property’s centuries-old walls.
Content and photos courtesy of Architectural Digest