38-Story Building Connected by a Dramatic Sky Pool

If you love heights and dramatic views, then the soon-to-be-built Sky Habitat might just be the place for you. It's a massive, tiered-shaped structure that consists of two 38 storey-tall towers and is located in Singapore. While it's impressively able to accommodate a total of 574 apartments, the most noteworthy thing about this project is the swimming pool at the very top of it. The luxurious 50-meter-long basin also serves as a bridge between the towers.

Not willing to brave the super-elevated pool? Don't worry. Sky Habitat has you in mind with another pool that's located on the ground level and two garden bridges so you can easily travel between buildings.

This structure was designed by Israeli-Canadian architect Moshe Safdie and is slated for completion in 2015.





Sky Habitat website and Moshe Safdie website
via [Lost At E Minor]



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