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No Diving Board?: Highrise With Glass Pool Balconies

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Want a condo with a glass-walled pool balcony? Me neither. I just want one with my own washer and dryer. You'd never guess how many people in my building don't clean the lint-trap after a load of laundry. Unless you guessed all of them -- it's like a pube rainbow in there. This the Bandra Ohm, a 30-story skyscraper designed by James Law Cybertecture to be built in India. Each residential unit features a glass-walled pool for a balcony. Don't want a pool? Turn it into a turtle pond! "I like tuttles." Haha, I know you do, Zombie Jonathan -- I know you do.

Hit the jump for a shot of the whole building.

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Thanks to Pesche, who has a tropical beach themed balcony complete with tiki bar and HOLY SHIT WHEN CAN I COME OVER?

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  • Azariel_z

    And shaped like a Vagina , how original...

  • Azariel_z

    cannot unseen...( late )

  • sohail sidique

    I'm personally questioning what would happen when someone divebombs into this

  • artilleryboy

    Im happy with having a pool in my backyard

  • matt hall

    It's unsafe because it looks incredibly easy to slip over near the edge on that polished wooden floor then fall to your death...

  • Never mind the pool balconies! Is that some sort of giant monsters egg in the middle of the building?

  • I'm still waiting for the followup story where one of those panels falls out and all the water rushing out the hole sucks some richy rich asshole out and plops his/her dead ass out on the street 20 floors below. 

    I mean I don't wish that on anyone but I'm just sayin, someday that will be the latest headline.
    BREAKING NEWS!!!!
    "Balcony Pool Hotel, Maybe Not Such A Good Idea After All" 

  • Guest

    fucking selfish

  • hand me my BB gun this is gonna be like shooting fish in a barrel. :D

  • Jonathan Slamko

    How is it unsafe or unfeasible...  has no one ever seen a glass bottom pool in hotels or bars? 

  •  Those aren't 'glass': they are 4" thick transparent acrylic. The fact that the render shows it that thin is evidence this is a pie-in-the-sky project.

    Google "
    10th Floor Swimming Pool Hotel Joule, Dallas Texas"

  • Guest

    That really doesn't look safe.  It would be more preferable to have one indoors, so I can swim all year round.

  • Bertw192

    It's in India dude... at 80 degrees in the winter... I think you'd be ok
    swimming outdoors.

  • Ian A Boyd

    It's feasible alright and is going to be built most likely. I just wouldn't want to swim in them cause well if the glass breaks you better be a fucking good swimmer, tall enough/and or strong enough to survive the force of the water pulling you out to your death.

  • bakuryu

    If you are fast enough you can slow down the falling swimming vertically in the falling water and land safely on your feet.

  • Brian

    lol

  • Mike Powers

    Yeah, that is my concern exactly. I'm sure it could be built, but what happens when the glass breaks and you fall to your doom?

  • You could slip on the wood, fall, and slam straight into that glass.

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