Roman Swimming Pools

Drawings of single sided Roman Swimming Pools with variations for inward and outward pool steps

Other than its unique and inviting design, the Roman Swimming Pool spots facing seats and pool steps on both ends. The two arched half circles on either end joining the two long straight edges give it the shape of ancient Roman villas plus a timeless design. The half circles have steps for a grand entrance and exit from the pool.

Set of dimensioned drawings of double sided Roman Swimming Pools measuring overall width and length


*Under Development*


Medium: 16’6” x 32’ | 5m x 9.8m
Large: 19’8” x 40’ | 6m x 12.2m

Variations: Single sided, double sided



Drawings include:
Roman Swimming Pools single Roman plans (inward and outward steps), double Roman plans (inward and outward steps), plan (person)

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Swimming pools are structures designed to hold a body of water for people to swim in as an exercise or leisure activity. Built as either in-ground or above ground pools, swimming pools are often created as public pools, children’s pools, competition pools, hotel pools, or as private pools.

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