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  • Ree Aston

    It might be interesting to have clear wall swimming pool attached to a room like an aquarium effect - Parinee Ism #residential #tower in India

  • Angela Puumala

    Hotel Balcony Swimming Pools so cool

  • Mae Lao

    SO COOL! A 37-story residential skyscraper in Mumbai, India, called the Aquaria Grande Tower (currently under construction) will have the most insanely awesome feature ever: glass swimming pools where the balconies normally go for some of the apartments.

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Called the Aquaria Grande, the two 37-story towers were designed by architect James Law and the real estate company Wadhwa Group. It’s just the latest building to push the boundaries of conventional homes in India. With 228 apartments, the Imperial in Mumbai has two 60-story towers featuring high-security systems, outdoor terraces, an entertainment area and pool. A gym is expected to open soon and the largest apartments include lap pools.

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Separate space for fridge and ovens, dark floors, white cabinets, skylights, sloped ceiling

love the balcony overlooking the kitchen and the room underneath. c'est tres belle :)

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This is it. I found my kitchen. balcony over kitchen-holy cow this is cool

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