An exceptional 35-metre high, glass-made pool suspended between two buildings is part of a wider city improvement.
Ballymore Developers have fashioned plans to construct a 25-metre long, glass-made swimming pool to meet between two 10 storeys high apartment blocks.
It will present an opportunity for daring swimmers to swim 35 metres above ground, with merely 20 cm thick glass protecting them.
The developers say this is an exceptional scheme designed by Arup Associates and supposedly the first in the world.
This plan has already been granted the planning permission and will be the major element of the latest apartment buildings. Each of their flats can outlay as much as £600,000. These complexes will also include a summer bar and a spa, as well as the wonderful view of the Houses of Parliament.
This expanse improvement will be part of Nine Elms’ Embassy Garden project. It is a key feature of the restoration of the areas neighboring the former Battersea power station.
This £15 billion wide development will also comprise the new American Embassy; generating thousands of homes and increasing demand for properties in the area.