If you have fondness for something, you will appreciate how far an individual has gone to reflect his fondness for violins. An amateur violinist and collector, with unconditional love for Stradivarius Violin approached Jersey-based Cipriano Landscape Design to construct a backyard swimming pool in shape of the Stradivarius Violin, and the result is what you see in the pictures here. The incredible recreation of the Stradivarius Violin comes complete with all the intricacies and details of the violin, including the purlflings, a bridge, f-holes, tailpiece and chin rest. In addition, some customized elements comprise of the exquisite tile work, LED lighting layers and intricate artwork which make the pool appear aesthetically charismatic both from near and far.
The violin-shaped swimming pool is divided into separate sections – the chin rest is made into a 12 person spa, while the LED string rope lights laid over the pool work as lap lanes. In the pool there is also a Riverflow jet system that creates a strong current to swim against and the bow of the violin is crafted into a pair of koi ponds, each comprising of 250 fiber optic starlights (with fishes). For listening to music, there is an underwater speaker system installed in the pool, and a 1,000,000 BTUs heater is fitted to keep the pool water warm. To make the pool really convenient for the user, the colors, sounds and lights embedded in the pool can be controlled from an iPhone from anywhere. There is no word on the cost incurred in creating the spectacular swimming pool.