Want to see something extremely impressive and only possible with modern material and technology? Enter the Embassy Gardens Sky Pool as created by Reynolds Polymer Technology.

The finished pool itself spans across two buildings 82ft apart and over 100ft up in the air in London, England.

The structure is one solid piece of 14inch thick, optically clear cast acrylic that was done in Grand Junction, Colorado.

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With the first battle behind them, the next challenge is moving such a structure from its point of origin, half way across the planet.

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Once in place, the structure is exposed to the elements and took over 4 years to complete. It is absolutely incredible looking, it battles wind, ignores the movement of the buildings and temperatures to defy what we believe is really possible.

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As you can see above, the end product is absolutely incredible and is the result of incredible preparation, dedication and work from a focused team.

You can kick back, relax and learn more with the following video and at Reyonolds website.

Watch the process here!