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The architecture of this house is enhanced by the landscape, which was designed by Robin Shafer of Shafer Design to capture the look of a Balinese resort. A pergola, typical of Balinese architecture, appears to float in the middle of the pool and is

The architecture of this house is enhanced by the landscape, which was designed by Robin Shafer of Shafer Design to capture the look of a Balinese resort. A pergola, typical of Balinese architecture, appears to float in the middle of the pool and is completely surrounded by water, enhancing the water garden theme. There is an infinity edge around multiple sides of the pool, which also features a wader pool for the owners grandchildren.

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