While new pool compliance rules linger on New South Wales' horizon, one property in Spain breaks all the rules with a touch of class.
The Jellyfish House’s rooftop pool water intertwines with the sea’s horizon, so the beach is always in sight while swimming or sunbathing (see below).
The swimming pool has a glass-bottom floor and panoramic window that looks into the kitchen.
The searing Spanish sun filters through the pool’s glass wall and floor to create a turquoise reflection throughout the white concrete property.
The first floor of the home features a sauna, steam bath and a kitchen which boasts a small service elevator to move food and drink to any level in the house, including the rooftop pool.
(Images: Wiel Arets Architects)