Each hotel has an exclusive design and is built for particular groups of guests. These are the world’s most amazing and unusual hotels. 1.Dog Bark Park Inn This hotel is built in the shape of a beagle. The interior is also decorated with dogs. 2.Hamster Hotel It seems that this French hotel was built for a huge hamster. For 99 euros per night each person can feel what it is like to be a hamster. Hotel guests can even run on the big hamster wheel. 3.Corona Save the Beach Hotel This hotel designed by German architect HA Schult is located in Italy. It is madeRead More →

The Globevill Office building, which houses the marketing and sales functions, offers an opportunity to create an architecture that has the potential to define an interesting building that would evoke curiosity from the highway. The project is located along a section of the highway gently bending north in Sriperumbudur, Chennai, India. The design was conceived as a physical experience, drawing from the arc off the highway, and rising up to the actual building which then extends back into the highway. The architectural intent is to create a building which appears to be in constant motion, complimented by the unending flow of spaces. ArchitectureRED built thisRead More →

Design of the hotel combines traditional colonial style and modern elements that make it unique and extremely beautiful. This new luxury hotel is called boutiqe hotel The Club and is placed in Singapore. Conceptual and extravagant it offer 22 22 distinctly unique rooms, a rooftop skybar with alfresco deck and a tapas bar on the ground floor.  The Club is Ministry of Design’s latest high design boutique hotel offering in the uber chic Club Street conservation area with 22 distinctly unique rooms, a rooftop skybar with alfresco deck and a destination F&B venue with a tapas bar on the ground floor. Conceptualizing The Club’s branding,Read More →

Designers have thought a lot and then came up with the idea to build a completely transparent house. It looks really good, even great I’d say! Imagine having your coffee early in the morning and enjoying the nature around you. Mmm, little paradise . There’s one ‘but’ though, the designers didn’t really thought through the whole privacy thing, especially for the toilets.Read More →

The Ice Hotel is situated on the shores of the Torne River, in the old village of Jukkasjärvi in Swedish Lapland. Sweden’s Ice Hotel is built from scratch every year. A new design, new suites, a brand new reception – in fact everything in it is crisp and new. 10 000 tons of crystal clear ice from the ‘ice manufacturing plant’, the Torne River, and 30 000 tons of pure snow generously supplied by Mother Nature are needed to build the Ice Hotel every year. The hotel sleeps over 100 guests, and every bedroom is unique. Covering more than 30,000 square feet, the Ice HotelRead More →

The Green School in Bali is a particularly astonishing place for many reasons. Attendees of the Green School not only enjoy a higher-quality education than what’s normally available in their region, they do so in environmentally friendly surroundings. The school’s 75 buildings are cooled and powered with renewable energy sources like micro-hydro power, solar power, and bio-diesel. Bamboo, lalang-alang grass, and traditional mud walls form the structure of the buildings. The school was carefully built on 20 acres of land and is on an organic permaculture system, designed to work in perfect cohesion with the natural ecology of the land. A thriving organic garden toRead More →

The purpose of these mini rooms would be to offer a place to stay between layovers and the event of unexpected delays- saving the time, money and energy needed to book a hotel in these situations. Barcelona company Dream and Fly sent Dezeen the latest renders of their conceptual miniature hotel rooms. They propose that these pods – or bubbles – be placed in airports and train stations. The pods will come in three sizes depending on your needs: Simply Bubble is is the smallest version and it has no bathroom. A Single Bubble would be the next size up and features an en-suite. TheRead More →

To make a little statement and to reduce the cost of living a bit designer Daihai Fei built himself a wonderful green home. The egg-house is built on a bamboo frame, covered with various insulating materials, and is topped with a layer of stitched bag. The bags are filled with sawdust and grass seeds.  The bags themselves are filled with sawdust and grass seeds, which he sprays with water regularly, to help the grass grow faster. Inspired by the grass-covered roofs of Norway, he knows the grass will over greater protection for his home. On the inside, he has all the necessary facilities, including aRead More →

Kids room doesn’t need to be full of toys and mess. They can be neat, playful and colorful, just like pictures below. Colorized in bright colors green, blue, orange pink and purple and neutral combining with gray furniture makes this bedroom interior designed by BM2000 looks lively fresh. I really like those ideas to combine bed, cabinet, shelf and storage together. Such a decent and compact design!Read More →

The old Catholic St.-Jakobus Church is transformed into a spacious house. The church stands inconspicuously in a street facade at the Bemuurde Weerd in Utrecht city. Since 1991 there were no longer divine services in the church and until 2007 the church was used as a showroom for antique furniture. This house is located in the Utrecht, Netherlands. In 2009, it was converted from the Saint Jakobus Church. The church was built in 1890. It has 46 ft. high ceilings and stained glass windows from the 1911 period. Also, the church was let out as meeting-place or used for small concerts. For these functions inRead More →

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