The Harbin Ice Hotel by LAVA is Beautiful and Enormous

By: Sarah Robson - Published: • References: l-a-v-a.net & archiscene.net
The Harbin Ice Hotel by LAVA was inspired by quartz and icebergs. This beautiful design combines a contemporary model with a crystallized iceberg appearance that has a light transparent facade.

This building will be a hotel, retail and cultural centre for the centre in Harbin, China. Harbin is the 10th biggest city in China, and is the area is a huge business and communications distrct in North China. This ice tower is an enormous 530,000 square meters, and resembles an glacier city.

LAVA creates futuristic designs with socially and environmentally responsible technologies. Their designs include master-plans, urban centres, hotels, airports, pop up installations and more. This award-winning company has established a business full of creative minds, and have offices in Shanghai, Sydney, Abu Dhabi and Stuttgart. Stats for Crystallized Iceberg Superstructures Trending: Older & Mild
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