Architectural Coordination

This ‘Cabin’ in the Hamptons, with it’s distinctly long cantilevers, demanded an equally dramatic long lap pool. Designed by Jasmit Singh Rangr, founder of Rangr Studio, the bold home is distinguished by clean lines integrated into its site without disturbing anything beyond its footprint. The architectural coordination of the watershape’s design is a perfect match with the home.

The spa sits at the corner of the deck and this vanishing edge pool literally disappears into the forest. The design incorporates bright coping which draws your eyes to the edge.
The spa sits at the corner of the deck and this vanishing edge pool literally disappears into the forest. The design incorporates bright coping which draws your eyes to the edge.

The vanishing edge pool reaches into the forest the same way the home stretches its cantilevers into the environment. For a better look at the project visit Rangr Studio.

The New York Times
This ‘Cabin in the Hamptons’ was featured in The New York Times.
Both house and pool reach deep into the forest
Both house and pool reach deep into the forest.

Below the wood deck is a coil of floating slats that roll out to cover the pool and retain heat when the pool is not enjoyed for its beauty or functionality.

Looking back at the dramatic house from the vanishing edge of the pool
Looking back at the dramatic house from the vanishing edge of the pool.
The vanishing edge pool sits on 36 timber piles driven into the soft soil.
The vanishing edge pool sits on 36 timber piles driven into the soft soil.
Team

Architect: Rangr Studio

Pool and Spa Construction Documents: Watershape Consulting Inc.

Pool Cover: Covertech LLC Grando

Photos: Paul Warchol Photography

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