4 things you won’t believe exist

posted by Phill Allen

December, 08th, 2015

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Design innovation is what we do at ALLpaQ, so it is that the following left eyebrows at the office shipwrecked on many foreheads.
We think they are eye-poppingly cool, what do you think? And yes, research shows they do actually exist (well … probably).

4. Sky pool between 2 London buildings

Part of a new development in south London, a glass-bottomed swimming pool will be suspended between two ten-storey apartment blocks. The sky pool, modelled after an aquarium, is slated for completion in 2017. Splish splash.
Sky pool between 2 London buildings

3. Invisibility cloaks created with laser-stitching

Scientists at the University of Cambridge have developed a new method to manufacture invisible “metamaterials” using lasers. This uncloaks the possibility of invisibility jackets. Harry Potter eat your heart out.
Sky pool between 2 London buildings

2. 3D-printed electric car

Local Motors, the company behind the Strati, says future models of this 3D-printed car could be turned around in just 24 hours. What a way to hit the accelerator.
3D-printed electric car

1. The Crooked Architecture, Sopot, Poland

Started and finished in 2003, this twisted design is surrealism at its most surrealist. It’s little surprise that Polish architect Szotynscy Zaleski drew inspiration from the fairytale illustrations of Jan Marcin Szancer and the artwork of Per Dahlberg. Hansel and Gretel currently reside there.
The Crooked Architecture, Sopot, Poland

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