Hayri Atak Architectural Design Studio has organized a thought for a boutique hotel inside a feign edge in Norway that joins a cantilevered glass pool.
Istanbul practice Hayri Atak Architectural Design Studio proposed collecting the hotel on a site 600-meters-high on Preikestolen – a shaky feign and pervasive spot of enthusiasm for the west of Norway that conceals the Lysefjorden fjord.
It is relied upon to recreate the surge of leaving on climbing trails around the cliff, and catch the feeling of “living on and past the edge”.
“Preikestolen has been one of the most stimulating spots to me as the years advanced. One day a buddy of mine sent me photos of ‘the stone’ she found during her Norway trip,” explained the studio’s originator Hayri Atak.