Slide 11: Concrete Pool House

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Joel Sanders Architect


When building this concrete pool house in Bedford, New York, the contractor created a wooden structure to support the cantilevered roof as the concrete was rebar-poured and cured. An A-grade plywood was used to avoid a wood-grain pattern setting into the concrete and to provide the proper surface for a finish coat of architectural concrete icing. One exterior concrete wall features a veneer of stacked bluestone.


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