London plans to build one next year at the top of a 55-storey skyscraper.
The “Infinity P ool” pool (no Infinity Pool) is not for the weak of the heart. The new building, which will contain six hundred thousand liters of water, will have glass walls, and those who venture to bathe in it will have a 360 degree view.
For such an extravagant pool, the entrance could not be inferior.More specifically, who will allow her to swim there will be taken with a special lift that rises in the middle of the water.
The pool is the creation of Compass Pools, a British manufacturer, and will have a capacity of 600,000 liters, being built on the roof of a 55-storey hotel.
Infinity pools are named because water flows from one or more edges, creatinga visual effect that gives a sense of waterlessness. These have been spreading more and more in recent years, especially in luxurious locations, but a hotel in London will be the first to benefit from such a 360 degree swimming pool. Basically, the poolwill cover the whole roof of the hotel, which will be built from the year 2020 most likely. Its design is impressive, with its pillow and walls transparent to offer a panorama of London and a view inside the hotel below.
It will be built from a “cast acrylic”, a material that propagates light at the same wavelength as water, to ensure that the pool is completely transparent. Various instruments will also be used to monitor wind speed and water temperature. Entry and exit of the pool would be accomplished with the help of a submarine with a rotating spiral staircase. It will rise from the base of the pool when a swimmer w>ill want to come in or out of the water. Alex Kemsley, the designer of the pool, commented on this compromise solution as if it were SF films, saying that “normally a simple scale would have been enough, but we did not want to ruin the view by putting one on the edge of the building.” It should be noted that the pool will be builtin London, acity where it rains on average 106 days a year, according to engadget . At the moment, designers have not provided a solution for the moments (often because) in which the rain will ruin the tourists’ fun.
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