Sep 7 2011
This stunning concept is designed by an Italian architecture firm named GZDG. It features a fully floating structure (with semi submerged sections) and is planned to be build on top of a protected marine area on the coast of Qatar.
This resort features residential buildings, hotels, offices, leisure areas, floating walkways and underwater galleries. Each hotel consists of 75 luxury suites that feature a private terrace.
A main central tower has a revolving restaurant for luxurious dinners that will have a 360 degree view of the resort.
The resort also has 80 floating suites called the Jelly-fish. These are basically like miniature private hotels. When GZDG designed this resort they had one thing in mind, new ways of incorporating human living space with nature.
Thanks to the team at ArchitectureSTYLE.net for referring this one!