Fantastic Design! 19 Apartments, Each With An Infinity Pool Except The Open-air Garden

- Jun 18, 2020-

Nowadays, the design of buildings is getting better and better, so that people who live in buildings can also enjoy the treatment of villas. However, the residential building I share with you today has a unique design. In addition to the open-air garden, each house has its own infinity pool.


This is an innovative apartment building designed by the famous French design company Hamonic Masson & Associés, which is called Clelia Tower.


The design is inspired by the natural scenery of the city, and the corolla-shaped balconies in each apartment echo this design. It is like an independent island, but directly connected to the apartment, creating a unique indoor life and luxury experience.


Moreover, the shape design of the flower crown is also used in the entire green landscape on the ground. The platform and awning are designed to be round, echoing the shape of the building.

Each circular terrace and swimming pool upstairs is constructed and installed in a modular manner to ensure its robustness. In addition, the glass on the edge of the swimming pool uses transparent glass, and you can enjoy the surrounding scenery almost 360 degrees.


With a total construction area of 6,000 square meters, there are a total of 19 luxury apartments, each of which has an infinity pool and one or two open decks.

It is worth mentioning that each household is equipped with electric floor-to-ceiling windows, which can be opened with just a click of a button, and it instantly feels like being at the seaside outdoors.

At the same time, the building is also equipped with a lot of life conveniences, there is an advanced fitness area on the ground floor, an art gallery on the first floor, and an advanced spa on the second floor.


At present, it is still in the design stage, and it is planned to be built in Limassol, Cyprus. Because it is sunny all year round and the sea water is clear and warm, it is more suitable for such apartment buildings.