When we last looked at a Gurney creation it was for his contemporary mansion in Bethesda (with infinity-esque pool overlooking treetop views). But Contemporist looked at one of his smaller, but no less glassy, endeavors. This pool house isn't quite inside the city limits but its suburban locale means all those trees create just enough privacy to hang out inside the glass house without passersby being able to get a good look at what you're up to. Those doors operate on a pivot so the house can feel more open during the warm months. We have a few shots here, but check out the full article for more close-ups and a flooplan.
· Robert Gurney Architect [OfficialSite]
· Nevis Pool and Garden Pavilion by Robert M. Gurney [Contemporist]
· All Robert Gurney coverage [CDC]
Photos by Maxwell Mackenzie via Contemporist