7 Slim And Long Indoor Pool Designs to Inspire You

Indoor Pool

Installing an indoor pool can be the best solution for you who live in a country with harsh or extreme weather. For those who live in a rainy country like the UK, an indoor pool allows them to swim anytime.

Moreover, having an indoor pool means you can get a lot of benefits. The first benefit is an indoor pool gives you all-time access. You can always enjoy it anytime, noon or night, summer or winter. An indoor pool also offers complete privacy for you who want to enjoy a relaxed time alone.

The best thing of all is an indoor pool is not exposed to dust and dirt so it is low on maintenance and cleaning. You don’t have to clean your indoor pool as often as an outdoor pool. This also makes you able to save more budget on maintenance.

If you are looking for some inspiration, take a look at our slim and long indoor pool designs below that we have gathered for you.

1. Levring House by Jamie Fobert Architects

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This slim and long indoor pool design is perfect for you who live in a rainy country. Located in the UK, Levring House by Jamie Fobert Architects is an awesome house with an awesome indoor pool. Marble is the main material used to beautify this indoor pool. The result is a stunning pool with a luxurious touch.

Photography: Olivier Hess & Dennis Gilbert/VIEW

 

2. Victoria Residence by Nico van der Meulen Architects

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Victoria Residence by Nico van der Meulen Architects also has a slim and long indoor pool design with good lighting. You don’t have to worry to swim at night in this kind of indoor pool. The presence of two long LED lighting gives the pool enough light.

Photographer: Anton van Straaten

 

3. Family Villa in Giruliai by DO Architects

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The slim and long indoor pool design in Family Villa in Giruliai by DO Architects has a combination of natural and luxurious styles. The luxurious touch comes from the marble tiles used around the pool. In order to bring nature to this pool, a wooden ceiling is designed with the use of exposed beams.

Photos: Laimonas Ciūnys, DO ARCHITECTS

 

4. Accostée Residence by Bourgeois / Lechasseur architects

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The use of two different materials is the main idea of the slim and long indoor pool design in this contemporary residence. Accostée Residence by Bourgeois / Lechasseur architects uses concrete to design the wall and floor around the pool while wood is used to beautify the ceiling.

Photographer: Adrien William

 

5. Concrete Light by HYLA Architects

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Concrete Light by HYLA Architects is a semi-detached house that has a slim and long indoor pool design with a simple look. The pool is designed right near the core space of the house that consists of a kitchen, living, and dining. This makes the family can share togetherness even when they do their own activities.

Photographer: Derek Swalwell

 

6. Casa Techos by Mathias Klotz

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In order to keep a connection with nature outside, you can try to design your indoor pool just like this one. The use of stone for the wall and floor around the pool in Casa Techos by Mathias Klotz makes the feeling of swimming in nature so real.

Image Source: Mathias Klotz

 

7. Resort in House by Ho Khue Architects

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The unique design of Resort in House by Ho Khue Architects also can be found in its indoor pool. This house has a slim and long indoor pool design that feels so natural. This house uses the space area near to build an indoor pool. The presence of greenery and natural light from above gives a feeling of being in nature.

Photographer: Hiroyuki Oki

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