As well as all the usual great products and latest news, edition 96 (October November 2014) of SPLASH! contains the following features:
Reaching for higher ground
Kim Kamarudin looks at new concepts, methods and materials that are seeing the humble aboveground pool maintain its place in a competitive market.
Jewel in the desert
The beautiful, remote Amangiri resort in Utah boasts one of the most dramatic landscapes in the USA with deep canyons and towering plateaux. It also boasts an equally dramatic swimming pool built around a rocky outcrop.
Testing the waters for the Commonwealth Games
In August, hundreds of swimmers from around the Pacific basin came to the newly rebuilt Gold Coast Aquatic Centre at Southport to contest the 2014 Pan Pacific Championships and provide a dress rehearsal for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
The man at the helm of SPASA Australia
SPLASH! discusses the past and future plans with the new SPASA Australia CEO, Gary Nye.
The role of industry associations
Cal Stanley asks not what you can gain from association membership, but how you can give something back to improve the industry that provides your living.
Global leader discusses the future of the industry
The second in our series of interviews from the 2014 SPLASH! Pool & Spa Trade Show on the Gold Coast features Clark Hale, president of Hayward Industries Inc.
A slice of ocean
This amazing swimming pool is like a slither of ocean elevated to a rocky Cyclades clifftop, creating an almost mythical visage under which the residents live.
The New Zealand pool awards
The top swimming pool designs from the New Zealand Master Pool Builders. As usual, there are some outstanding entries.