Project foresees a hotel in Norway on the edge of a cliff of more than 600 meters, with suspended balconies and an infinity pool.
For those who are afraid of heights, this is not exactly good news. However, adrenaline junkies might be excited about the new hotel project that will be built literally on the edge of a cliff in Forsand, Norway.
The proposal is from the Turkish architectural firm Hayri Atak, which intends to build a building on the edges of the Preikestolen, a 600-meter cliff that is one of the most famous sites in the country.
According to those responsible for the project, the idea would be to make the hotel an extension of the rocky surface, close to the stones, and make the balconies and common areas suspended. This would make the views from the suites truly unique in the world, ensuring an unforgettable experience for guests.
And it doesn't stop there: another idea would be to include an observation platform at the top of the cliff, which has a flat surface, functioning as an entrance hall, where guests would be welcomed.
The rooms would spread over three floors, with several exclusive services in addition to the wonderful views. And, to close in style, an elongated infinity pool entirely made of glass, with an equally impressive view, would also be built.
According to the architectural firm, the project's proposal is to recreate the emotion of venturing into cliff trails and capture the feeling of "living beyond the edges". There is still no date or other information on when the space will begin to be built. And you, would you risk staying at this hotel?
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