Lake Worth Infinity Pool
- Pool Type: Natural
- Features: Black Onyx PebbleSheen • Bubblers • Milsap Random • Oklahoma Flagstone • Raised Spa • Salt Deck • Tanning Ledge • Waterfall •
- Project Designer: Mike Farley
- Project Manager: Jimmy Kelly
Slope was too steep for drilling piers so with consulting with the engineer on site solution was reached. The vanishing edge basin would create a keyway into the slope. To dig the vanishing edge basin into the slope required we tear out 10’ by20’ section of the drain way out. We then could create a ramp down, create a platform to work on and then reach down to dig, stem and gunite the basin. The weir wall was then built inside the gunited tank up to the pool. Limestone boulder waterfall provided the 6’ retaining wall from the driveway down to the pool and patio. A ramp parallel the stairs to allow equipment rolled up and down the space. The fireplace flooring and clock work to grade was almost as tall as the fireplace itself. The 7’ drop from the pool down to the vanishing edge basin was faced in rough limestone as well as the 7’ drop from the top of the tank to the grade below. Pool is private 6’ below the road out front and from the lake looks like a giant waterfall, with no visible pool; Iron steps allow access down to the vanishing edge equipment. The salt deck will weather to be the same color as the limestone. Black pebble was used to blend with the lake below. Three LED lights were used to overpower the black interior. Clown Fish decorate the top step because they are the granddaughter’s favorite. Creating the family’s favorite space to enjoy the quiet and serine setting on a useless hillside. Priceless.
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