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Located proper on the coast of Spain in Marbella, the Jellyfish Home, designed by Wiel Arets Architects (WAA), makes use of a cantilevered design in order that when the householders are on the highest flooring the views of the ocean can all the time be seen.
The cantilevered design holds one thing fairly distinctive – a pool on the roof with a glass backside. The blueness of the water by way of the glass creates an attractive ceiling to the outside area under.
Unfold out over 4 flooring, the house has two staircases set as much as flow into between them – a quick and a sluggish set of stairs. The quick stairs, that are enclosed in glass, take you from the outside straight as much as the roof, whereas the sluggish stairs are outfitted with lengthy treads and brief risers and span the size of the home, from floor flooring to the roof. The sluggish stairs are open to the outside parts however are nonetheless on the inside.
The home has 5 bedrooms, with two visitor bedrooms on the underside degree that get their very own personal terrace.
The construction of the house is made up of poured concrete that’s supported by one column on the rear fringe of the pool, and a number of other smaller columns close to the rear eating terrace. The remainder of the partitions are made up of home windows permitting the solar’s mild to filter in.
Accordion doorways open up the interiors to the outside area, increasing the sq. footage.
With all staircases resulting in the highest, the oasis that homes the magnificent pool sits on the roof and cantilevers out 9 meters in the direction of the southwest.
The pool has an infinity edge making you are feeling such as you’re related to the ocean out within the distance.
These individuals sitting under could be voyeurs watching the individuals swim up above.
A window on the inside additionally lets these within the kitchen watch the swimmers.
Photographs by Jan Bitter.