Stradivarius violin shaped swimming pool

Stradivarius violin shaped swimming pool


Mount Kisco, New York (NY), US
Satellite imagery does not do this pool justice. Check out the link below for some photographs showing the amazing detail on the design of this award winning pool.

Jay Dweck wanted a pool for his back yard, but local zoning restrictions limited the total size allowed. He wanted it long enough to swim laps, so he started drawing narrow shaped designs that would fit the bill. He then realized his design was similar to a violin, an instrument he himself played. The design was modified to replicate a 1700's era Stradivarius. The project was completed by Cipriano Custom Pools and Landscaping.

The pool features 5,600 strands of fiber optic lights and 440,000 pieces of glass tile. The chin rest of the violin is a spa, and the bow is two separate koi ponds.

Dweck is a former executive at Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs. In 2015, he was hired by Arxis Capital.
Satellite imagery does not do this pool justice. Check out the link below for some photographs showing the amazing detail on the design of this award winning pool.

Jay Dweck wanted a pool for his back yard, but local zoning restrictions limited the total size allowed. He wanted it long enough to swim laps, so he started drawing narrow shaped designs that would fit the bill. He then realized his design was similar to a violin, an instrument he himself played. The design was modified to replicate a 1700's era Stradivarius. The project was completed by Cipriano Custom Pools and Landscaping.

The pool features 5,600 strands of fiber optic lights and 440,000 pieces of glass tile. The chin rest of the violin is a spa, and the bow is two separate koi ponds.

Dweck is a former executive at Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs. In 2015, he was hired by Arxis Capital.
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Links: luxurypools.com
By: milwhcky

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