An upcoming 5,000-square-metre Waterfront Culture Center in Danish capital city Copenhagen will feature elevated glass pools that seemingly allow visitors to swim through brick pyramids. Visitors to the center will be able to swim in indoor/outdoor pools that terrace down directly to the sea while elevated glass pools will allow visitors to swim through brick pyramids. The mock-ups are a fantastic, almost futuristic look into the elegant potential for public swimming pools. The building will also include spaces for sports and wellness activities.The project is part of a redevelopment to turn an disused artificial island into a center of culture as Copenhagen expands and revitalizes its waterfront.
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