Summer Refreshment: Superpower Pool House by +Tongtong

Cedar cladding and decking help reinvent a mid-century pool house. Photography by Colin Faulkner; Styling: Liz Ikiriko and Emm a Reddington.

The public room’s custom table can change height from 18 to 36 inches, thanks to a removable top in salvaged tropical hardwood and a hot-rolled steel base that flips. Photography by Colin Faulkner; Styling: Liz Ikiriko and Emm a Reddington.

Outside the bathroom, slate floor tile defines the private space, equipped with a George Nelson bench to serve as a changing room . Photography by Colin Faulkner; Styling: Liz Ikiriko and Emm a Reddington.

Claesson Koivisto Rune ottomans and a Spark Design Studio chair flank the adjustable table. Photography by Colin Faulkner; Styling: Liz Ikiriko and Emm a Reddington.

The outdoor fireplace, in Cor-Ten steel, shares a fieldstone chimney with the indoor hearth. Photography by Colin Faulkner; Styling: Liz Ikiriko and Emm a Reddington.

Cedar cladding and decking help reinvent a mid-century pool house. Photography by Colin Faulkner; Styling: Liz Ikiriko and Emm a Reddington.

When guests are staying in the private room, a custom Murphy bed emerges from the lacquered oak paneling. Photography by Colin Faulkner; Styling: Liz Ikiriko and Emma Reddington.

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