Jumpstart Your Day: A Rooftop Infinity Pool
Be inspired by this invisible oasis built on the Greek island of Tinos
Part of a 2,131-square-foot house called Mirage on the Greek island of Tinos, this infinity pool gives an illusion of water merging with the sea. The house, designed by Kois Associated Architects was conceived as an "invisible oasis" where residents can enjoy the view of the Aegean Sea while maintaining their privacy. According to the project's architect, to be able to meet the request for privacy, they had to work around the landscape of the location. (dezeen.com)
See more photos of the project below.
Select photos from Sploid and dezeen.com
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