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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

Stapleton Pool House in Denver, Colorado by Semple Brown Design

April 5th, 2011 by Sumit Singhal

…a Fun place for kids

The visionaries responsible for conceiving these parks realize the importance of community, of successful public space, and of great buildings. These same visionaries believe in allowing the architecture to speak…to say something about place and time.

Pool House Elevation

  • Architects: Semple Brown Design, P.C. Architect
  • Project: Stapleton Pool House #2
  • Location: Denver, Colorado
  • Total Size: 2,670 square feet
  • Total Cost: $600,000 Building only ; $2.0 m (building, site work, and pool)
  • Completion: August 2005
  • Client: Forest City Development

Entry Detail


  • Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing Consultant: Reese Engineering
  • General Contractor: Mortenson  Construction
  • Structural Engineer: The McGlamery Structural Group
  • Photography: Ron Pollard

Materials: Board-formed concrete, wood, cement board panels, and polygal

Interior Elevation View

Commissioned to design multiple buildings (each with identical programs, each with distinct personalities), the second in this series of pool projects was designed for parents with young children and specifically for the children themselves.

North East View

Conceptually, this project was intended to be very playful and loose-natured.  Colorful finishes, materials that exaggerate and express their textures, and a sophisticatedly subtle twist in the architecture are all intentional moves that create an environment geared towards the child.

Concrete Wall

…with a twist

The diagram for this project became about creating a roof that said a lot without doing a lot – a playful twist in the roof balances 6” above a single beam. The simply crafted move in the structure reveals much about the user, the designer, the place, and the concept.

Pool House #2

…architectural fun

Materials include: polygal, wood, board-formed concrete, glass tile, and colored cement board panels.

Shower Bathroom Hallway

Water Feature

Concrete North Wall

Floor Plan

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