The ideal pool has evolved and changed over the years. More ecological, but without sacrificing aesthetics, the design of today’s swimming pools seeks to reduce water consumption through automation in maintenance and cleaning tasks, managing to reuse up to 85% of the water over the course of 5 or 6 bathing seasons, taking advantage of the water cycles has become one of the priorities. The depth of today’s pools has also evolved: they have sought to optimize the use of water, for this reason they are devised thinking about satisfying the needs of sport and relaxation, but without abusing the depth, which would increase the amount of water needed. The pool is, from its origins, synonymous with health, well-being and wellness. An essential element in today’s architecture, and that with its mere existence, revalues any space in which it is located.