by Inigo del Castillo in Architecture on Sunday 18 May 2014

The ‘Sky Habitat’ in Singapore consists of two 38-story tall towers, able to accommodate a total of 509 apartments. Its most glaring feature, however, is the 50 meter long swimming pool that also serves as a bridge between the two condo towers.

People who have Acrophobia (fear of heights) and Aquaphobia (fear of water) can kill two birds with one stone – or bridge, if you may – by braving the uniquely-placed pool.

The property also has two garden bridges and a pool at the ground floor, for those who love the safe and less accident-prone smell of freshly-cut grass. Designed by Israeli-Canadian architect Moshe Safdie, the ‘Sky Habitat’ will be completed in 2015.

Via Geekologie