Would you swim in a floating pool suspended between two skyscrapers?

One could contend London is best seen from above – be it from the highest point of The O2 Arena or the London Eye glass-case. Also, what could be more captivating on a warm summer day than an out of this world glass pool undulating in the early evening breeze?

Architecture studio HAL has made a suspended swimming extension named the Sky Pool, situated on a 10-story tower associating two very good quality private structures, making it the world’s first straightforward coasting pool. The 25-meter-long detached acrylic shower is the biggest of its sort and was concocted by the group at HAL on a “hot summer’s day” in 2013.

The Sky Pool, gauging an incredible 50 tons, is situated at the Embassy Gardens improvement in best in class Nine Elms, additionally home to the recovered Battersea Power Station. From you’re watery vantage point you’ll get unlimited perspectives on the London Eye, Westminster, the Thames River, Houses of Parliament and the Shard.

Sadly, just inhabitants will approach the Sky Pool, and pads here will cost you a chunk of change, with costs beginning at £1,015,000 for a two-room home. The Sky Pool authoritatively opened to inhabitants on May 26th, and the last loft dispatch happens tomorrow (June 17th).

The Sky Pool was planned by Arup Associates, marine plan engineers Eckersley O’Callaghan and aquarium architect Reynolds.