The latest development in the upcoming Battersea Power Station project is a rooftop infinity pool which overlooks the Thames riverbank. Fosters + Partners and Frank Gehry released phase three plans for the surrounding London structures earlier this year and each new detail makes the project seem more and more exciting. The infinity pool is the cherry on top of the swanky Skyline hotel.

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The Skyline is just one part of the 42 acre development, and it boasts some really inviting features. The pool will be located within a 820 square foot roof garden, designed by James Corner Field Operations, and looks to be the pinnacle of luxury. The structure will be more than a hotel with a luxurious pool, however, with plans to include affordable housing, a medical center, and a number of shops open to the public. The hotel itself will be run by Art’otel, who are working on installing a bar and restaurant that offers a panoramic view of the cityscape, an art gallery, and a lounge.

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Other features that residents and visitors can expect to enjoy as a part of the overall Battersea project are a glass pool suspended between buildings and a gigantic glass atrium housing beautiful walkways, waterfalls, and gardens. As time goes on, more will be released about the plans for the Battersea Power Station project, yet already it is shaping up as the place to be for luxury living in London.

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