Designed by Pichler & Traupmann, this outdoor swimming pool is an architecture of plans and folds, integrating the pool and peripheral spaces in a continuous plastic and functional whole.

Created by the Viennese architectural firm Pichler & Traupmann, the Eybesfeld swimming pool is located in the grounds of a 15,25th century castle in Jöss, Austria. Measuring 6,75 meters long and XNUMX meters wide, it is surrounded by a concrete loop coated with polyester and polyurethane and integrating showers, beaches, playground, ramp, seats and sundeck in the pool.

For more information, visit the website Pichler & Traupmann.

Photo credits: Paul Ott

Source: Momoy

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