A pool just finished in Pretoria. Very clever sliding fence around it.
A pool with a view in Cape Town. Thanks to Thomas Leach Architects for the design and the cool pictures.
Here is a pool in Somerset West, about a year old. Water lilies are out with the heat.
Here is a pool in Parkview that is two years old. Shortly after the renovations two years ago, the house sadly burnt down. Now the house is nearly rebuilt, and has been tweaked to be better than ever before. A real Phoenix, and the pool soldiered ...
Revisited the pool at the Cradle Boutique Hotel.
Here's a pool recently finished in Higgovale. Spanning a terrace almost the whole width of the garden, the concrete slabs are walkway accross the pool and wetland leading to the terrace below.
We found one of our pools in Franchesca Watson's portfolio. She is a fantastic landscaper, as you can see. http://franchescawatson.com/portfolio/13-portfolio_urban-nature-garden.htm
A pool built from scratch with a fabric liner in Hout Bay.
Here is a pool out at Monaghan farm with a crazy crash diving angel sculpture.
We finished the pool at the Cradle Boutique Hotel in late January. Amazing surroundings, lovely architecture and a great restaurant. The lilies are now going red as winter is approaching and the waterlilies are starting to go dormant. Waterblomm...
On a recent visit to the Drakenstein Valley we stopped in to explore the exquisite gardens at Babylonstoren. The three large water lily ponds are home to edible species of fish and equally edible waterblommetjies. The fish evidently enjoy their view!
End of summer. Water lilies and Four leafed clover enjoying the sun in a courtyard.
The latest edition of Garden and Home has a pool of ours in it. Great article, great magazine. Please support them.
This quirky home originally included an equally quirky pool in it's basic design. Sadly, the structure was not sound or watertight, and fell into disrepair. The home's new owners are lovingly restoring the property and have converted the pool int...
A wonderful afternoon at a beautiful pool. Thanks to Jane Griffiths and Keith Knowlton.
We found this little guy (Arum lily frog we think) in Somerset West. He was hiding in a white plastic pipe that was standing upright pretending to be an Arum lily.