The three craziest hotel designs in the world!
Crazy visions and dreams have always been part of our everyday live. Some of these visions are already in the process of becoming reality, while others get stuck in the project stage or are never realized. There are a whole series of crazy designs for extraordinary hotels that we don’t want to keep from you.
Water Discus Hotel in Dubai
“Beyond all standards” is clearly the motto of the hotel. The Water Discus Hotel consists of two discs, an underwater and a surface disc. This combination allows guests to admire the depths of the ocean while making the most of the warm climate.
The plans for the hotel are already quite far advanced. There should be 21 suites in each window. The hotel was designed by Deep Ocean Technology. Chef Bogdan Gutkowski announced that there will be more of these underwater hotels in all parts of the world.
Source: YouTube / belenvale
Manned Cloud Hotel
Manned Cloud is a flying hotel designed by Jean-Marie Massaud. The whale-shaped airship, which was developed in cooperation with the French national aviation research institute ONERA, can accommodate 40 guests and has a range of 5,000 km.
Living in heaven and looking at the earth from above. Rediscover the wonder of travel and explore the world without a trace. Manned Cloud is an alternative project about leisure and travel, both economically and experimentally. With the combination of lightness and human experience.
Source: YouTube / STUDIOMASSAUD
Hollywood Sign Hotel in USA
The craziest idea is a hotel behind the world-famous Hollywood sign. We have serious doubts that this project will ever be implemented, but because of the madness alone we have included it in this article. A hotel high above Los Angeles. Danish architect Christian Bay-Jørgensener has been promoting his plan for years to turn the Hollywood sign on Cahuenga Peak into a hotel. He wants to replace the original with a version twice as big and hide the entire hotel behind the new mega-characters. But the idea is rejected by many, because the sign shown in so many films are sacred for many Americans.
Source: YouTube / focusonline
This article is based in part on the contribution from Die Welt.