Six curved concrete diving boards stick out like tongues across one pool at the end of the main hall, beneath an undulating wave-like roof.
The competition pool is also located in this hall, which will seat 17,500 spectators during the games.
Petal-shaped openings allow light through the concrete ceiling of a second hall, where a practice pool is located.
Wide glass walls provide views of pools in both rooms from connecting corridors.
More information and images by David Poultney can be seen in our earlier story.
Other completed venues on the Olympic Park include the Olympic Stadium by Populous, the Basketball Arena by Sinclair Knight Merz and the Velodrome by Hopkins, which is nominated for the Stirling Prize. See all our stories about London 2012 here.
Zaha Hadid also recently completed the Riverside Museum, which has a zig-zagging zinc-clad roof – click here to see all our stories about Zaha Hadid.
Photographers Hufton + Crow also photographed a laboratory in the botanic gardens of Cambridge University and Peter Zumthor’s recently-opened Serpentine Gallery Pavilion - see all our stories with photography by Hufton + Crow here.
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