HKS Architects have designed a hotel concept called Live Between, a pop-up hotel that lets people sleep hundreds of feet above the ground in a suspended pod. Strung up between skyscrapers each spherical chamber is a self-contained guest room with power and its own low water fixtures and waterless toilets to maintain low impact on the environment.
Skypark, Singapore Vivek Prakash / Reuters The SkyPark pool at the $5.5 billion Marina Bay Sands resort in Singapore is definitely not for the faint of heart. At almost 500 feet long, the infinity pool is an exhausting spot to do laps, but, more important, it is also 650 in the air on the 55th floor of the hotel, making it the largest pool in the world at that height. The platform holding the pool, which spans all three towers of the hotel, is longer than the Eiffel Tower is tall.