See the Jellyfish House with a Cantilevering Pool Rooftop

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Wiel Arets architects complete the Jellyfish House this winter after 15 years of design and construction. Located in the Spanish Mediterranean coast of Marbella, the all-white concrete house is defined by a swimming pool rooftop that cantilevers toward the amazing Sierra Blanca mountainscape. The pool has an infinity edge and visually merges with the nearby ocean, and has a glass floor that filters light to the home entrance directly below.

The interior of the Jellyfish residence continues to impress with more luxurious features, like the kitchen service elevator that can serve food and drinks up to the rooftop pool, walled-in television and audio devices and a sauna room. The bottom and sides of the pool can be seen from various angles inside the house through clear windows in the kitchen and living room. Browse the gallery for the stunning look.

  1. Source: Dezeen
  2. Photography: Jan Bitter
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  • whotheowl

    i would love to see this house with all the lights shut off except the pool lights. Some of the best lit scenes in movies have the 4a.m skinny dip with that come down vibe. it would really casts some cool shadows into the room beneath the pool. I had too much coffee this morning.