If you’re afraid of heights, this transparent pool stretched between two skyscrapers in London’s Nine Elms district, is probably not for you.
The Sky Pool is an 82-foot  transparent swimming pool and holds the record as the largest freestanding acrylic pool ‘structure.’
The views are breathtaking, both in and out of the water.
“Once you swim off, you can look right down. It will be like flying,” says Brian Eckersley, one of the engineers.
And this is not some little wading pool; it’s 10 feet deep.
Sadly, it is only open to residents of the  Embassy Gardens occupants, where a two-bedroom goes for over a million.

On Wednesday 19 May 2021, the highly anticipated Sky Pool - the largest free-standing acrylic pool structure in the world -- will officially open at Embassy Gardens, the leading riverside neighbourhood in Nine Elms, London.  

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