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Properties built on the oceanfront must be 14 feet above sea level. With the setback rules, this meant the space for a pool was compromised. A traditional pool would lead to a loss of deck space and space to accommodate a small pool, which would not have met the family’s aspirations for a pool with a deep-end for swimming and pool games and a shallow-end for children. The family and the architect tackled the challenges of the location alongside their desire to have the pool they wanted and maximise space by choosing a pool with a movable floor.
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