Pool Pavilion, An Almost Hidden Recreational Building Design by Peter Gluck and Partners Architects

Posted on September 14, 2010

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I’d like to call this interesting project designed by Peter Gluck and Partners Architects as an almost hidden house. The house isn’t exactly a two storey house design but yes you can call it a two storey. Pool Pavilion is located in Adirondack Mountain, New York, just near Lake George. This house was likely shady for sure as the building is really down to earth. I love the exterior which is so fresh and natural with vivid green grass spreading all over the place.
Unlike any other house, this lake house first floor (the one on the top) is used as a home office and guarding point where down at the underground is where you have your living room and socialize there. Although the views are obstructed right at the lower level won’t matter you as much, as it offers you with a gym, a theater of your own, a pool with a spectacular glass and iron panels will certainly keeps you hidden and don’t want to surface for a long time at this recreational building design.

Pool Pavilion by Peter Gluck and Partners Architects (1)

Pool Pavilion by Peter Gluck and Partners Architects (1)
Pool Pavilion by Peter Gluck and Partners Architects (2)

Pool Pavilion by Peter Gluck and Partners Architects (2)
Pool Pavilion by Peter Gluck and Partners Architects (3)

Pool Pavilion by Peter Gluck and Partners Architects (3)
Pool Pavilion by Peter Gluck and Partners Architects (4)

Pool Pavilion by Peter Gluck and Partners Architects (4)
Pool Pavilion by Peter Gluck and Partners Architects (5)

Pool Pavilion by Peter Gluck and Partners Architects (5)
Pool Pavilion by Peter Gluck and Partners Architects (6)

Pool Pavilion by Peter Gluck and Partners Architects (6)
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