Palo Alto Pool House
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One in a series of projects on a suburban property, the pool house is a transparent structure within a comprehensive reworking of the rear yard. … Read More
One in a series of projects on a suburban property, the pool house is a transparent structure within a comprehensive reworking of the rear yard. Anchoring a strategy to exploit undiscovered opportunities of the existing landscape, the pool house allows for a progression of increasingly specific and intimate moments. Exterior gathering areas lead to a screened dining porch, glassed-in kitchen, and living area cut into the hillside. A cedar-clad box containing a sauna separates the living area from the outdoor shower and detached bathroom, framing the most private view of the valley beyond. Read Less
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Todd Hido
Palo Alto Pool House
Palo Alto, California, 2003

One in a series of projects on a suburban property, the pool house is a transparent structure within a comprehensive reworking of the rear yard. Anchoring a strategy to exploit undiscovered opportunities of the existing landscape, the pool house allows for a progression of increasingly specific and intimate moments. Exterior gathering areas lead to a screened dining porch, glassed-in kitchen, and living area cut into the hillside. A cedar-clad box containing a sauna separates the living area from the outdoor shower and detached bathroom, framing the most private view of the valley beyond.
 
• 2004 AIA Nebraska Citation Award for New construction
 
Todd Hido
Todd Hido
Todd Hido
Todd Hido
Todd Hido
Helen Eging