Landscape architect Jason Brownlee designed this outside oasis to mirror the circular design of the Mediterranean-style villa but added modern touches to accentuate the view. This ebb and flow design features a reflective, infinity-edge pool in black onyx with terraced water features that allow overflow to be caught in spa basins below. The perimeter overflow system allows the pool to level flush against the travertine floor of the upper patio and helps to frame the view for a continuous water-to-water illusion from pool to lake.
The backyard of this newly built home includes the perfect outdoor living space. Complete with multiple patio levels, an infinity edge pool with spillway, a cabana, tiered planting beds and retaining walls and a meticulously maintained lawn area, this space is elegant and functional for the whole family.
Tiered patios become an eye-catching design element in this backyard, creating different levels for swimming, sunbathing and catching up with friends. At the same time, soft lights illuminate the pool at night and allow the blue Pebble Sheen interior finish to really shine.
This Texas patio features a full outdoor kitchen and a view of a tiled, tiered infinity pool and hot tub, not to mention the panoramic Austin countryside. Stone walls, warm wood finishes and a terra cotta tile roof give a nod to traditional Mediterranean design.
Strategic design equals stunning effect when considering Jason Brownlee's landscape plan for this lakefront property. Seen from above, the three-tiered, infinity-edged pool in black PebbleSheen onyx provides a dramatic contrast against the subtle tones of the patio and Mediterranean-inspired home while maintaining the contours of the radial theme of both the home and its location. From the ground, however, the pool highlights the lakefront view and gives the illusion of a water-to-water continuous connection.
A tiled hot tub carves a stylish and curvaceous niche out of this Austin patio. The infinity pool and spa features a unique, tiered design that offers endless opportunities for entertaining. Furnishings are neutral, allowing the pool and the view to shine as the space's focal point.