We are delighted to announce that the project we recently completed with Paradise Pools and Gardens has won the first prize in the Luxury Pools Pinnacle Awards for technology and automation.
Luxury Pools wrote that this year’s entries were the strongest they had ever seen, with stunning projects from more than 100 builders and designers. There were only nine winners in the entire competition and so we were thrilled that one of our projects was recognised and honoured with this award.
"This project is genius. All the high-tech innovations for outdoor technologies are here. Starting with a movable pool floor that allows the homeowner to control the depth of the pool and, when not in use, becomes an extension of the patio. This space is all about new innovations and the technologies used to design an outdoor space.” – James Scott, Pinnacle Awards Judge.
The print edition of the Fall/Winter issue, will include the Pinnacle Awards winners and the digital edition is emailed out on October 17. If you are interested to see ours and the other winning projects, you can view them on the link below: http://www.luxurypools.com/sit.... Please feel free to share this with friends and other interested parties.
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