Hayri Atak proposes cliff-edge boutique hotel

Eloise Hanson By Eloise Hanson
23 July 2019 | Updated 23 July 2019

Norway: Interior architect, Hayri Atak, is planning to construct a hotel suspended on the edge of Norway’s Preikestolen cliff.

Built into the side of the rock, the hotel will be characterised by a series of balconies that offers guests panoramic views of Norway's landscape. The concept is to create a unique hotel experience.

At the top, a large viewing platform forms the entrance of the building, with the lower three floors comprising of guest accommodation.

The final floor features a long, narrow swimming pool that extends over Lysefjord - a 42 kilometre lakedrain. Preikstolen, also known as the Pulpit Rock, towers 604 metres above the water.

Atak established his architectural design studio in 2017 and is based in Istanbul, Turkey. He has recently been working on parametric designs, robotic architecture, and prototype techniques.

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