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Living in Glass Houses: See-Through Hotel, Norway

nesna_modell.jpgIt looks like a giant snowflake floating on the ocean. However, it’s actually a hotel room with semi-transparent glass walls, ceilings and floor designed by Belgian-born architect Carsten Höller.

So from the inside, you can see out, but from the outside, you can’t see in. Naturally, it affords ocean views at all angles.
The nesna Vacation Centre in Norway may become one of the most unusual hotels in the world. [Via TheCoolHUnter.com.]

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