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Garden blog PARC'S | March 27, 2024

Infinity Pool mit traumhafter Aussicht

Der Infinity Pool fügt sich harmonisch in seine Umgebung ein und eröffnet den Ausblick über die Landschaft.

The owners of this new build wanted to expand their living space in the garden, which included creating a personal swimming paradise. The new infinity pool offers a breathtaking view over the landscape and the lake.

An infinity pool on a slope

The new building, which is located on a hillside, offers a sweeping view as far as the lake. This far-reaching view was the focus of the design. The well thought-out placement of solitary trees and the different levels have created privacy and a sense of space without obstructing the view. The infinity pool is the focus of the design. The overflow channel creates an endless effect and further emphasizes the view.

The pool is lined with natural stone, which creates a warm atmosphere and gives the pool an elegant touch. The color of the stone allows the water to shimmer clearly and naturally in the sunlight. A wooden deck surrounds the infinity pool, creating a transition from indoor to outdoor space. The dark materials blend in perfectly with the green surroundings and create an inviting atmosphere.

Height differences and curved lines throughout the outdoor area

Another concern of the client was the seamless integration of the interior and exterior. For this reason, the wooden look of the façade was taken up. The covered terrace area, which directly adjoins the living room, creates a sheltered outdoor area. At the same time, this creates a smooth transition from inside to outside.

A highlight of the garden is the staircase that leads from the living room to the swimming pool. The curved lines echo the architecture of the house and give the garden a unique design. The staircase not only serves as a connecting element, but also provides a seating and sunbathing area by the pool.

On one side of the new building is another focal point for the family: the outdoor kitchen and the accompanying dining table. The family loves spending their evenings together in the summer and enjoying the warm temperatures.

Garden lighting concept for use on summer evenings

As the sun slowly disappears over the horizon, the garden reveals a new side. The various solitary trees and the planting shine in a new light thanks to the targeted use of spotlights. The deep bark and long branches are cleverly emphasized.

The infinity pool has also been fitted with lighting, making it a fascinating eye-catcher at night. The warm light extends from the living room into the outdoor area. From the lounge, it is particularly easy to enjoy the fantastic sunset over the infinity pool.

Creating spaces with the help of woody plants

Numerous solitary trees were planned to give structure to the large bathing garden. They not only attract attention, but also create exciting visual relationships. The various trees and shrubs contribute to the division and creation of space. 

As the outdoor area extends around the entire house, different zones were planned in the planting concept. The light conditions and the soil are slightly different on all sides, so the right plants had to be chosen carefully. 

Lush but low-maintenance planting was chosen to break up the large lawn areas. Lamp-cleaner grass and Chinese reed show off the specimen trees to their best advantage. Verbena was chosen as a splash of color in the green areas. The purple flowers provide a pretty contrast in the garden and complement the blue of the water in the infinity pool.

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Planting the bathing garden


  • Prunus subhirtella 'Autumnalis' (winter ornamental cherry)
  • Prunus x yedoensis (Tokyo cherry)
  • Pinus sylvestris (Scots pine)
  • Pinus sylvestris 'Norske' (Norwegian Scots pine)
  • Acer palmatum (Fan maple)
  • Acer palmatum 'Garnet' (fan maple 'Garnet')
  • Amelanchier lamarckii (Copper Rock Pear)
  • Malus hybrid 'Evereste' (Ornamental apple 'Evereste')
  • Malus domestica 'Topaz' (Apple 'Topaz')
  • Pyrus communis 'Conference' (Pear 'Conference')


  • Taxus baccata (common yew)
  • Fagus sylvatica 'Purpurea' (copper beech)

Planting areas

  • Hydrangea paniculata 'Bobo' (panicle hydrangea 'Bobo')
  • Pennisetum alopecuroides 'Little Bunny' (dwarf lamplighter grass)
  • Pennisetum alopecuroides 'Hameln' (lampbush grass)
  • Miscanthus sinensis 'Yakushima Dwarf' (Chinese reed 'Yakushima Dwarf')
  • Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster' (Garden Riding Grass 'Karl Foerster')
  • Carex morrowii (Japan sedge)
  • Hosta x fortunei 'Francee' (White-edged gray-leaved funkia 'Francee')
  • Verbena bonariensis (verbena)

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