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The Glass Sky Pool is to Be Suspended Above London Streets! 10/6/2015 •

The Glass Sky Pool is to Be Suspended Above London Streets!

Up in the air! Architects are never tired of surprising us with their crazy ideas. Today they again prepared something special: an all glass swimming pool...but there is one more thing about the project that will surely blow your mind.


The British company Ballymore will build a swimming pool - well, there is nothing strange in it, isn't it? Unless you know that the pool will be transparent and suspended between the two tower-blocks. So it will be 115 ft above the ground!

Only the brave would venture to swim in such a pool, don't you think so? Actually, the creators of the project promise that swimming in the pool will be safe as it will be made of strong (about 8 inch) glass. The project will be the main decoration of the residential compound "Embassy Gardens".

While swimming in the pool, you will be able to enjoy the sight of the Westminster Cathedral and experience the feel of "floating" in the air. Sounds so exciting but for the opportunity to fly above London, you'll have to pay about 1,000,000 dollars - this will be the cost of the cheapest apartment!

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27 Comments
Gayle Temple
Gayle Temple
Skinny dipping anyone?
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Oct 6, 2015 8:35PM
Ian MacBrown
It's bound to start leaking sooner or later.
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Oct 6, 2015 9:04PM
Ruby Evelyn Senior
this is ridiculous!
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Oct 6, 2015 9:05PM
Ian MacBrown
I'm not shy...I'm game if you are. :-)
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Oct 6, 2015 9:07PM
Danny More
Danny More
When can I move in?
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Oct 6, 2015 9:53PM
Franciscus Cintron Leverette
Franciscus Cintron Leverette
No way in hell
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Oct 6, 2015 10:27PM
Dmitri Press
Dmitri Press
WOW I just wondering how many pople will go to swim in this pool.
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Oct 6, 2015 11:56PM
Helena Havelock
Helena Havelock
I sure as hell won't. It sounds like a disaster waiting to happen.
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Oct 7, 2015 3:10AM
Joanna Jessup
Joanna Jessup
With my luck some terrorists would shoot the glass!!!
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Oct 7, 2015 1:10PM
Elizabeth Cain
Elizabeth Cain
I would probably be the first person in, why not? An 8" thick piece of glass would be difficult to shoot through, other than "war type munition." Also, I believe the architects understand the ratio of ppi pressure to the glass they are using. Major problem I see is the $1,000,000 cost to live there. Cannot help but wonder what the HOA fees are? (LOL) It will be an interesting archictural fete in itself. i would like to see it and the view it provides.
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Oct 7, 2015 1:55PM

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