Other stories by Rebecca Robledo

  • Pentair To Settle in Class Action

    With Hayward’s and Zodiac’s settlements finalized, this latest development leaves PoolCorp as the sole defendant.

  • Poolwerx Enters Two More States

    Six months after joining the U.S. market, the Australia-based retailer/service firm has made a second acquisition, gaining two more key Sunbelt states.

  • Lush Life

    Extensive rockwork and generous plantings build a naturalistic palette on a waterscape with every conceivable amenity.

  • Sleek Form

    Simple to the eye doesn’t mean easy to build, as this elegant installation shows.

  • Line and Texture

    Structured by expertly placed geometry, the yard captivates with contrast, elevation changes and a multitude of textural layers

  • Modern Embrace

    The linear waterscape clings tightly to the home’s footprint to achieve a sum better than its parts

  • Study in Alamo City

    Findings from a retrofit and study in San Antonio could forward efforts to allow variable-speed technology on commercial pools

  • NPIRC Study Offers Hope for Drought While Restrictions Loom

    The industry experiences victories and setbacks in the fight against drought restrictions.

  • Louisiana Tightens Licensing

    Pool builders in the Bayou State must have a contractors license with the appropriate subclassificatioin

  • Mystery In Blue

    Dramatic tiled geometry and subtly falling water highlight elevation changes, material contrasts and a commissioned artwork.