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The Sky Swimming Pool At This Hotel Has A Window In It

Photo by Alex Filz

When noa* (network of architecture), were asked to re-design Hotel Hubertus that sits at the foot of a ski and hiking area in Valdaora, Italy, they included a new 82 foot (25m) swimming pool. The pool sits almost 40 feet (12m) above the ground and is located between the two accommodation wings of the hotel. The infinity edge pool allows guests to have uninterrupted views of the valley below and the mountains in the distance. The pool has been wrapped in anthracite-colored stone, almost making the pool blend into mountains that surround it.

More info: noa*, Hotel Hubertus (h/t: contemporist)

Photo by Alex Filz

Photo by Alex Filz

Photo by Alex Filz

Photo by Alex Filz

Photo by Alex Filz

Photo by Alex Filz

Photo by Alex Filz

Photo by Alex Filz

Photo by Alex Filz

Photo by Alex Filz

Photo by Alex Filz

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