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Sound of Water...What does it do to our mind & body?

Ever wondered why you feel elated near a flowing river or a waterfall? Apart from the visually pleasing site, there is more to flowing water bodies. Why do we feel different when we go to a space which has a water element, what does the sound of flowing water do to our bodies that we suddenly feel at peace and connected. It turns out that the sound of the flowing water has healing properties. It's like a natural healing sound. Infinity Pools are generally associated with Luxury Resorts & High End Hotels or very high end luxury villas & farm houses. The purpose of an Infinity Pool is to generally create a mesmerizing visual appeal.

An infinity pool, also known as a zero edge pool, looks like it disappears into the horizon. An infinity pool is designed to play a visual trick on the eye, making you think that there is no separation between the water and surrounding landscape features.

To understand how an infinity pool’s design works, imagine a waterfall. You see water go over the edge of a waterfall and—disappear into thin air. What really happens, of course, is that the water flows down to a lower level and (depending on how steep a waterfall’s slope is) is captured in a lower pool, which then overflows again as more volume cascades down from the top.

Sound of Water has been associated with calmness and peace for time immemorial. Even in ancient times, water fountains and water cascades were part of the royal palaces to create a natural sound that enhances peace and tranquillity. At Emaar Digi Homes, the club features an Infinity Pool which has a water fall from the upper level to the lower level creating not only a visual delight at the pool level, but also creating a healing water sound for the entire community, specially for apartments that are located close to the pool.

What's more is the area under the pool is reserved for a beautiful lounge/restaurant/coffee shop for people to enjoy listening to the healing sound of water and enjoying.


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