There is only one prototype of the Pool Pavilion and it sits proudly in Peter M. Wheelwright’s office. You’ll remember that Peter is the architect who designed the Kaleidoscope House and Pool. He was kind enough to entertain my email inquiry about the design of the Pool Pavilion, as well as provide me with some additional pictures of the structure. He had this to say about the Pool Pavilion and accessories:
“In some ways, I like the design of the Pool Pavilion better than the K House, although they work quite well as a pairing which had been the original intention. I think the details in the Pool Pavilion, like the rear sauna with its small corner windows, give it a nice scale. The pool actually held water and was lit from below. Laurie Simmons was designing swimming dolls and we had 'pool side' accessories planned with the architect, Michael Graves, artist John Newman, and others. Unfortunately, despite the surprising interest in the Kaleidoscope House, the Pool Pavilion never went into production.”
I really wish that the Pool Pavilion and other pool accessories had made it into production before Bozart folded. To this day, my Kaleidoscope House seems incomplete.
P.S. Peter is not willing to part with the pool.