Today’s affluent always scour for entertainment, luxury, and an adrenaline rush that’s consummate. Who knew that a new building project in Lima, Peru, could offer all of that and more? DCPP Arquitectos has a new building construction of 20 floors under its hood wherein each home has a swimming pool of its own, literally jutting out of the building. It gives an impression to swimmers that are practicing front crawl suspended in mid-air. To add to that, the Sky Condos building is scheduled to be built in an affluent neighborhood with golf course views, making it more favorable for the new owners.
DCPP has given an open-air feel to the apartments, allowing as much natural light as possible. The project combines exterior space with interior life, setting new housing standards for Latin America. The only hiccup I see here is the safety factor, as the pools don’t seem to be contoured properly. If you’ve liked this concept, you might like the suspended swimming pool in Shanghai too.
[Dcpparquitectos and Dailymail]