Pool Pavilion is a very interesting project designed by Peter Gluck and Partners Architects and located in Adirondack mountains, New York, near Lake George. The residence has two levels and was built in order to have a recreational purpose for the owners, their family and friends.  The exterior is highly original, especially the undulating roof which also serves as a green terrace for leisure. The ground level looks like a rift in its environment while the upper floor serves as a home office and as a “guarding point”. Floor to ceiling windows allow unobstructed views of the surrounding landscape here, as opposed to those from the first floor, that offer a limited perspective. This fun retreat houses a gym, a theater and  a spectacular pool flanked with glass and iron panels. What do you think- appealing enough for a family vacation?