More stories about Design

  • Legends of the Fall

    It’s rare that an opportunity presents itself to work on a historic property where landscape features such as oak trees have been maturing for more than 100 years.

  • Opposites Attract

    In this year’s Masters of Design Issue, I noticed a trend that, when looked at one way, is a little unsettling

  • Genesis 3 Redesigns Program

    The Genesis 3 Design Group has revamped its educational program.

  • Under Cover

    With each passing swim season, safety, energy savings and backyard aesthetics become increasingly more important to consumers.

  • Picture Pages

    For two years, Joe Vassallo wrote a bi-weekly column for the Home and Garden section of the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

  • Olympics: London Calling

    A large turtle waving oversized flippers, a dolphin’s back, an airy dramatic space that suggests a wave: The London Aquatics Centre, built for this year’s London Olympics, has been described as all of these.

  • Slideshow: The London Aquatic Centre

    State-of-the Art Design

  • Website Evolution

    Websites are becoming increasingly important in every industry, and the pool and spa business is no different.

  • David Tisherman Aligns With New Program

    A new pool and spa design school will launch in May, with former Genesis 3 principal David Tisherman playing a key role.

  • Pool & Spa News Wins Coveted Award

    An in-depth feature article on the design, standards and controversy surrounding pool suction-outlet covers has won the 2012 Jesse H. Neal Award, widely considered the Pulitzer Prize of business media.