The Jellyfish House Holds A Pool On Its Roof


The Jellyfish House was designed and accomplished in 2013 by the team from Wiel Arets Architects. It measures 650 square meters and is situated in Marbella, Spain. When passing it by, your eyes will definitely be caught by its intriguing appearance, but you’ll be quite surprised by what this impressive piece of architecture really has to offer. Unlike other residences that feature pools located in their near-by yards, the Jellyfish house holds its pool on the rooftop, offering the swimmers gorgeous views of the Mediterranean Sea and an overall splendid landscape.

The bottom and rear parts of the pool serve as windows, allowing the inhabitants that stand in the kitchen or on the terrace to watch the ones that are out for a swim. The stylish home is dominated by white interiors and fittings, but the pool and its reflections add a turquoise splash of color on some of its living spaces. The inside is also enhanced by the large glass openings. The luxurious three storey residence has an imposing appearance thanks to its concrete structure and features some other interesting elements, such as an inside elevator for sending up food and drinks from the kitchen, wall-integrated TVs and audio devices and a sauna room.

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