World's first 360-degree infinity pool set to be built on top of a 700ft-tall London skyscraper - and the way you get in is VERY James Bond.
Death-defying swimming pools are apparently set to become the latest architectural trend in central London. That's according to a firm that has designed the world's first 360-degree infinity pool, which will sit on top of a 55-storey, 722ft (200m) skyscraper called Infinity London. The 600,000-litre pool features see-through acrylic sides and a transparent floor, so people below will be able to see the swimmers far above. Swimmers will access it through a rotating spiral staircase based on the door of a submarine, rising from the pool floor when someone wants to get in or out.
- The pool features see-through acrylic sides and a transparent floor
- Guests will access it through a spiral staircase that will rise up from the floor
- The pool and building are by West Sussex-based company Compass Pools
Source : compass-pools