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Pool house micro cosmos
von | 9/1/2010

The Philipp Baumhauer architecture company designed this pool house on a private property in Munich. Across a total surface area of 25 square meters, the pavilion accommodates a lawn tractor garage, pool technology, a storage room, a shower, toilets, a changing room as well as a block for the bar. Usually, closed surfaces that cover and hide their contents are used for such structures. In this case, on the other hand, the equipment has deliberately been placed in a showcase the outlines of which, however, are blurred due to the reflections of the garden's vegetation and the special pointed print of the glass. In the areas of the toilet, shower and changing room, yellow curtains allow the user to adapt the desired degree of privacy individually.

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Point printed glass and frame constructions by Diefenthaler | photo © Julien Lanoo
Bench and coverage of the sanitary block, made of untreated core-board | photo © Julien Lanoo
photo © Philipp Baumhauer
Mirror finished counter made of stainless steel by a local matalworker | photo © Julien Lanoo
photo © Julien Lanoo
photo © Julien Lanoo
photo © Julien Lanoo
"Poolhaus" by Philipp Baumhauer | photo © Philipp Baumhauer
photo © Philipp Baumhauer
photo © Julien Lanoo
photo © Julien Lanoo
photo © Julien Lanoo
photo © Julien Lanoo
photo © Julien Lanoo
A living room for the lawn-mower. Excerpt of the construction documents of the architect.