This week, workers attached the last of the 24 segments of handmade glass which make up the British Airways i360, a viewing pod that will glide vertically up an observation tower in Brighton, England. Designed by London-based Marks Barfield Architects, the same firm that developed the London Eye, the glass pod will slowly rise to 138m (450 feet), offering views of up to 26 miles of the surrounding Sussex countryside. The viewing pod is 10 times bigger than the capsules on the London Eye and can hold up to 200 people. Under construction since July 2014, the attraction is expected to open this summer.
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