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该项目是Rafael de Cárdenas Ltd. / Architecture at Large的第一个地面项目：一座由花园环绕的游泳馆。其场地位于英国一座建造于19世纪中期的乡野庄园。
Rafael de Cárdenas Ltd. / Architecture at Large’s first ground-up project: a garden-hemmed pool pavilion for an English countryside estate located in a mid-19th-century manor.
▼制热天窗为室内带来不间断的采光和热带氛围，the skylights are heated to create an uninterrupted flow of natural light and a tropical atmosphere within
The distinctive, sweeping ceiling pattern, composed of large fiberglass panels, absorbs reverberant sound while creating a decorative play of light. The expansive skylights are heated, evaporating snow and rain on the exterior to create an uninterrupted flow of natural light and a tropical atmosphere within. The doors at left retract, opening onto a formal garden.
▼滑梯上方的三角形窗户能够俯瞰到后方的蔬菜园，the dual slide is crowned by a triangular window overlooking the vegetable garden
▼玻璃钢材质的双滑梯外部饰以手工涂抹的树脂，the slide is constructed from fiberglass with a hand-applied resin finish
▼天花板能够吸收回声并带来装饰性的光线，the ceiling absorbs reverberant sound while creating a decorative play of light
The RDC/AAL-designed dual slide, constructed from fiberglass with a hand-applied resin finish, is crowned by a triangular window overlooking the vegetable garden. The surfaces bordering the pool are all Botticino marble, with full slabs making up the walls; the floors were given a rullato finish for traction. The handrails are a custom design. The pool itself is lined with meticulously book-matched Azul Macauba quartzite. An enveloping, cupola-like skylight hovers directly over the spa pool, hugged by an expanse of windows. The roof is structured as a pair of massive funnels channeling from the two skylights.
▼spa水池由一排落地窗环绕，the spa pool is hugged by an expanse of windows
▼花园中的游泳馆，exterior view of the pavilion, across the formal garden
Photo credit: Polly Tootal