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An architectural historian will give a ...
An architectural historian will give a presentation on the history of the pool, which was designed by Wesley Bintz, the city's engineer in the 1920s.
The pools are the legacy of ...
The pools are the legacy of Wesley Bintz, a Michigan engineer who patented the above-ground structures nearly a century ago.
Wesley Bintz was a pretty remarkable pool designer, said Bruce Wigo, president of the International Swimming Hall of Fame in Fort Lauderdale.
Built in 1925, it is one ...
Built in 1925, it is one of only a few swimming pools remaining of the 130 constructed across America following an unusual design by engineer Wesley Bintz.
Bintz patented an egg-shaped above-ground pool that incorporated dressing rooms under the structure.
The oval pool, set into a ...
The oval pool, set into a hillside with a viewing area above and locker rooms below, was designed by Lansing city engineer Wesley Bintz.
He went on to become an architect and pool designer, replicating the pool's ...
Architect Wesley Bintz ...
Architect Wesley Bintz patented the design in the 1920s.
Instead of putting the pool in the ground, he set it above ground and made the building around it the pool walls.