Decent enough shout for all involved.
If the above happens to be your dream, your wish, you fantasy, you're in luck because a few architects in the United Kingdom are planning just that.
The top five floors of the building are planned to become a hotel, so the pool is intended for use by guests.
The pool will have see-through sides and floor, with no visible steps at the edge. There are no permanent stairs for the pool - instead a spiral staircase that rotates and rises through the water to provide access.
Sound excessive? You're not wrong.
"Architects often come to us to design rooftop infinity pools, but rarely do we get a say in the building design because the pool is usually an afterthought", Kemsley said.
Sounds mad. But yeah, wouldn't mind a little dip in it, tbh.
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Getting into and out of the pool would be easy with some kind of external staircase, but the building's designers didn't want to clutter the side profile of the structure with such things.
Get the togs at the ready, lads.
Construction is set to begin in 2020, once they get all the contractors and partners lined up.
Other cool features include a built-in anemometer to monitor wind speed, which links to a system that ensures the pool stays at a correct temperature and that water doesn't get blown off the top of the building.
The pool's lack of an obvious entry or exit point led to quite a bit of ridicule on Twitter, and more than a few references to The Sims - a wildly popular simulation game where players frequently drowned their Sims by taking away the pool's ladders.
Everybody likes a good infinity pool.
[Image: Compass Pools]In its press release, the company also says that the heating would be provided by the building's air conditioning system: "The hot gas that is produced as a by-product of creating cold air in the building will run through a heat exchanger to heat the water for the pool".
Also, the Infinity London's exact location is yet to be confirmed.