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Brilliant Floating Hotel Allows Guests to Explore the Adriatic Sea in Luxury
Posted By Helen Morgan On July 6, 2011 @ 3:40 pm In Architecture | 1 Comment
The central structure of the botel is surrounded by independent sleeping modules, each with the possibility of being detached from the main hub. Equipped with photovoltaic solar energy  devices that accumulate and use the energy to move, the units also come with advanced technologies such as a GPS system.
The entrance lobby, restaurant and bar are all surrounded by a covered outdoor deck — a simultaneous passage to the sleeping modules. A roof deck comes complete with a terrace and swimming pool to add to the luxury of the conceptual projects .
In addition to convenient detachable bedroom areas, the modular structure consists of all the usual amenities of a hotel, but can be transported to different destinations. Combining a sleek and elegant design with the spirit of adventure we couldn’t think of a better place to kick back, relax, or for the adventurous, break boundaries!
Via ArchDaily 
Images courtesy of Ivan Filipovic
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URLs in this post:
 floating hotel : http://inhabitat.com/aerohotel-by-alexander-asadov/
 photovoltaic solar energy: http://inhabitat.com/new-printable-cling-film-solar-cells-are-cheap-and-easy-to-produce/
 the luxury of the conceptual projects: http://inhabitat.com/eco-luxury-for-the-bahamas%E2%80%99-star-island/
 ArchDaily: http://www.archdaily.com/148154/navigating-adriatic-hotel-ivan-filipovic/
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