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A Paradise Underground and Underwater in China



A Paradise Underground and Underwater in China,

A Paradise Underground and Underwater in China

A Paradise Underground and Underwater in China

A Paradise Underground and Underwater in China

Hotel Songjiang near Shanghai in China, is for many a project that reflects a tourist paradise . He won the award for best architectural design hotels 5-star . To some environmentalists despite the commitment that reflects the project the conservation of nature, is an example of annihilation of a area fraction natural … It is soon questioned. This architectural design is the brainchild of Martin Jochman , study Atkins (also creators of the hotel Burj Al Arab in Dubai ), requires builders to have a imagination titanic to exploit the particular field. The Songjiang Hotel will rise on an almost impenetrable inside an impressive stone quarry , where water accumulates , and will feature a spectacular waterfall that is part of its structure. Its structure is steel and glass , simulating another waterfall, like those in this quarry. integrated with the wall that leads to the river and will feature over 400 exclusive rooms for tourists. But would also have a conference room with seating for 1,000 people , a center banquet , restaurants , cafes and fitness room. Be built in the district Songjiang , famous for its natural wonders and a spot whimsical that allows builders to let their imagination and give rise to projects like this . The central motif of the design will be water, and highlight the details related to that item. Also, since most of its structure will be integrated into the rock , then will depend on one wall of the crater, will have the ability to use land resources , which will represent a step toward a culture of sustainability. The opening is scheduled for 2013. But the truth is that if built , and it seems according to the website Atkins , well worth knowing this place, it seems a city in another world , combining modern architecture with an environment before us almost primitive while a landscape worthy of science fiction.

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