Heaven / Visiondivision

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A few days ago, we shared Visiondivision’s Nature’s Choice – a series of vacation homes that attempt to blend into their unique site placement. The firm just shared their latest competition entry for a hotel room atop a cloud. Presented in a comic strip, the proposal delivers a temporary hotel room to accommodate visitors of the 2012 London Olympic games.

More about the hotel room after the break.

Since the guests of the room will only be able to stay one night each during the Olympic, the firm wanted to make that night unforgettable for the visitors.  “Instead of spending money on expensive hotel services as classy materials and expensive furniture we thought we might put our money on more celestial values. The room became a bed, a toilet and a shower, all in an outdoor scenography consisting of a magic cloud with tame falcons,” explained the firm.

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Upon visiting the hotel, a guest receives a remote control, a key, a falconer glove, some meat and a towel. There is also an optional warm coat available for the winter guests. The bed comes with insulated drapes and heating, too.

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Visiondivision was specially invited by “Living Architecture” for their competition “A room for London”.

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Cite: Karen Cilento. "Heaven / Visiondivision" 15 Dec 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/96793/96793> ISSN 0719-8884

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