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DuoMo Hotel. RIMINI. Ron Arad. 2006

10-07-2007

DuoMo Hotel. RIMINI. Ron Arad. 2006

Like many of Israeli architect-designer Ron Arad's creations, the DuoMo Hotel speaks a composite...

Bergoase wellness centre. Mario Botta. Arosa (Switzerland). 2006

18-06-2007

Bergoase wellness centre. Mario Botta. Arosa (Switzerland). 2006

In the extraordinary setting of Arosa, set in a natural hollow surrounded by mountains, Bergoase...

Jean Nouvel, The Hotel, Lucerne

26-04-2007

Jean Nouvel, The Hotel, Lucerne

Location: Sempacherstrasse 14, CH-6002 Lucerne (CH) Use:...

Dasparkhotel - Andreas Strass. Linz, 2006

19-01-2007

Dasparkhotel - Andreas Strass. Linz, 2006

Living in a pipe? Fantastic, as long as it's a designer pipe! There is a hotel where the rooms are...

Frank. O. Gehry. Hotel Marques de Riscal. Elciego (Spain). 2006

05-12-2006

Frank. O. Gehry. Hotel Marques de Riscal. Elciego (Spain). 2006

Starwood Hotels' Luxury Collection chain has opened a spectacular hotel designed by Frank O. Gehry...

Hotel Everland - Sabina Lang & Daniel Baumann. Leipzig, 2006

18-09-2006

Hotel Everland - Sabina Lang & Daniel Baumann. Leipzig, 2006

Living in a contemporary shell on the roof of a historical building? It's quite possible, as...

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