Dreaming of an Inifinity Pool?

By March 15, 2017Pool Ideas
Infinity Swimming Pools - Mirboo North South Gippsland Infinity Pool

We are often asked about infinity pools or negative edge pools. People would like to have them in their backyard to enjoy those stunning views and effect of the running water. Over the past 37 years, we have built many infinity swimming pools. They are one of the more complex types of build however they do create some of the most amazing projects.

A swimming pool is always more than just for swimming in. Naturally, that is usually the number one reason for deciding to build a swimming pool in your backyard. However, one of the other reasons is the sense of calm that water brings people. Having the view of the water (be it natural or manmade) creates a whole new reason to build a swimming pool, however, having an existing view and enhancing this view with moving water is the main reason why people choose to invest in an infinity swimming pool. The water flowing over this edge produces an effect of water with no boundary like you know it from some holiday resorts or luxurious estates. Whether it is the sky, cityscape, trees, forest, lake or sea, infinity pools have always been the object of admiration both of the pool owners and their visitors. This spectacular architectural element simply creates a remarkable showpiece in your home.

People coming to our display centres often want to know, what is needed to construct an infinity pool, how does it work, and obviously, how much does an infinity pool cost. To answer all these questions, we have prepared a detailed article about infinity pools which is now available in our Advice section. Get some inspiration from the attached pictures, read the whole article about infinity pool costs or explore the case studies of 3 selected infinity pools we have built.

Infinity Pool Case Study 1

Mirboo North, South Gippsland

Infinity Pools - Mirboo North South Gippsland Infinity or disappearing edge 2

Infinity Pool Case Study 2

Mount Martha, Mornington PenninsulaInfinity Pools - Mount Martha Infinity edge pool construction

Infinity Pool Case Study 3

Sanctuary Lakes, Point Cook

Compass Pools Melbourne - Infinity Pools - Santuary Lakes Infinity Pool

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