The „Aqua-Diamante“ pool
Auftraggeber: family M., construction phase 1 – 2012, construction phase 2 – 2013
A typical strung out building in Burgenland which can be very often found in our area. At the beginning of the planning phase we decided to divide the project into two construction phases. It was obvious that the first phase had to be the area in front of the conservatory. The reason for this decision was that the estate has access on both sides. But the planning phase happened at once because it should result in an overall concept.
Concerning the patterning of the pavement we went for different pavements in order to obtain various depths. For the garden we used limestone from Salzburg. Under the walnut tree we created a sitting area which is surrounded by shrubs. This area is a nice refuge on hot summer days.
In order to have more sunlight on the planned pool we rotated it by 45°. As a further highlight we planned a brick shower. The inner side has been painted in yellow and the outside has been clad with natural stones. Furthermore this stonework serves as a wind break and privacy fence.
For the pool the building owners went for stainless steel. The water treatment should not be made with chlorine but also not absolutely organic. The family is very concerned about health and wellness. Therefore they went for the „Aqua-Diamante“ system. The first one in Burgenland! This system allows a chlorine-free processing of water which is very healthy and beneficial für the skin. Aqua Diamante Website (Link).
Today the clients do not only enjoy their garden in summer but also in winter. Of course the whole area was equipped with light systems. There is nothing more beautiful after taking a sauna then to let your eye wander across the garden and to see the softly falling snowflakes.
customers: family R., summer 2012
When we had our initial conversation with Mr. R. we were not quite sure whether he was aware of the extent of the project. He had a lot of wishes and ideas. But before we could start with the garden there were many other things that needed to be done. Lo and behold! After one year everything had been implemented and the realization of the project could start. Continue reading
the whirlpool garden
customer: family K., summer 2012
Family K. informed us about the fact that they had bought a whirlpool at a trade fair. After this purchase they were not quite sure what else they would need. They thought a base plate not more than that … Mentioned in passing the owner said that he would not use it anyway. After further discussions and a few drawings we could convince the family that the path to the house as well as the existing terrace were too far away. Therefore we suggested to create a new one. Continue reading