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A Turkish architect has designed a gravity-defying hotel that hangs on a rock of 1,982 feet in Norway with a glass-bottomed swimming pool. It has three levels of guest rooms and two observation decks, one at the top of the cliff and one at the bottom - next to the swimming pool

Architect designs gravity defying hotel in Norway, which hangs on a 2,000-foot cliff with a glass swimming pool suspended in the air

  • The Turkish architect has designed the proposed Cliff Concept Boutique Hotel to be embedded in Preikestolen
  • The hotel has a swimming pool with a transparent bottom that protrudes from the side of the rock wall
  • The proposed hotel, which has not yet received a building permit, would have a view of the Lysefjorden fjord
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A Turkish architect has designed a gravity-defying hotel that hangs on a rock of 1,982 feet in Norway with a glass-bottomed swimming pool.

The hotel, which is definitely not suitable for the scared, must be embedded in Preikestolen, a cliff in southern Norway that has become a popular tourist attraction.

The proposed Cliff Concept Boutique Hotel was designed by the Hayri Atak Studio and features a swimming pool with a transparent bottom that protrudes from the side of the cliff wall.

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A Turkish architect has designed a gravity-defying hotel that hangs on a rock of 1,982 feet in Norway with a glass-bottomed swimming pool. It has three levels of guest rooms and two observation decks, one at the top of the cliff and one at the bottom - next to the swimming pool

A Turkish architect has designed a gravity-defying hotel that hangs on a rock of 1,982 feet in Norway with a glass-bottomed swimming pool. It has three levels of guest rooms and two observation decks, one at the top of the cliff and one at the bottom – next to the swimming pool

The proposed Cliff Concept Boutique Hotel features a swimming pool with a transparent bottom that protrudes from the side of the cliff wall and gives swimmers the chance to watch the swirling drop below them

The proposed Cliff Concept Boutique Hotel features a swimming pool with a transparent bottom that protrudes from the side of the cliff wall and gives swimmers the chance to watch the swirling drop below them

The proposed Cliff Concept Boutique Hotel features a swimming pool with a transparent bottom that protrudes from the side of the cliff wall and gives swimmers the chance to watch the swirling drop below them

The proposed hotel, which has not yet received a building permit, would have a view of the Lysefjorden fjord.

There is a large platform that protrudes from the top of the cliff above three floors of guest rooms – all with excellent balconies.

Below these floors is the swimming pool, allowing swimmers to see the amazing drop below.

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And that is not the first quirky swimming pool design this year, in June designs were unveiled for an infinity pool on top of a skyscraper in London.

The first of its kind, the swimming pool would be placed on top of a luxury hotel of 55 floors.

Compass Pools, who designed it, described the structure as: & # 39; the only building in the world with a 360-degree infinity pool. & # 39;

The hotel, which is definitely not suitable for the scared, must be embedded in Preikestolen, a cliff in southern Norway that has become a popular tourist attraction

The hotel, which is definitely not suitable for the scared, must be embedded in Preikestolen, a cliff in southern Norway that has become a popular tourist attraction

The hotel, which is definitely not suitable for the scared, must be embedded in Preikestolen, a cliff in southern Norway that has become a popular tourist attraction

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