Kusser brings water and natural stone together in a fascinating new combination. We merge the ancient tranquillity of granite with the natural brilliance of water in the aesthetic and puristic form of a natural stone pool. Its large-scale granite components, self-supporting construction and thin walls allow clear, uncompromising design language with great creative freedom.
Our granite comes from domestic sources:
All built-in parts are incorporated directly in the solid granite and do not require extensive coverings. Built-in and add-on parts such as stairs, overflow gutters and gutter covers can also be made of granite.
The natural stone underlines the water’s natural colour and depth.
With its slender but solid granite walls, the pool can be constructed flush with the ground or free-standing without additional support structures.
Built-in and add-on parts such as stairs, overflow gutters and gutter covers can also be made of granite.
Besides the production of pools, Kusser offers its customers planning, static measurement and of course also the delivery and installation of pools.
Short construction period
Modular prefabrication in our factory ensures that we can construct the pool on the customer’s property quickly, without the long setting times typical of concrete structures.
Factory production guarantees that every pool is of the same high quality. On request, we can arrange a test run so that the customer can view and inspect the pool in our factory.
As natural as possible
The specially developed modular design enables construction without visible mortar joints and artificial sealant.
The unique idea and completely new interpretation of natural stone pools has recently been awarded in the context of Callwey’s competition “Gärten des Jahres 2020” as best product innovation in the category “Pools and Swimming Ponds”.
As a trained stonemason and mechanical engineer, Christian Müller can answer all your questions. Would you like to know more about the Kusserpool? Our specialist knows it down to the last detail, so we recommend you contact him directly.