Hotel Sotelia Blends Seamlessly and Efficiently Into Its Environment

By: Jordan M - Published: Feb 3, 2011 • References: & archdaily
Hotel Sotelia is a green-roofed, 140-room airport accomodations building that discards the traditional thinking that airport hotels have to be obtrusive, bulky and towering structures.

Set between two other large hotels that are just that, the Hotel Sotelia makes use of a fantastic tiered green roof design that folds and follows the contours of its hilly surrounding landscape seamlessly. This results in the Hotel Sotelia seeming like an elegantly unobtrusive and natural structure, even though it is actually four stories high. Stats for Deceptive Eco Architecture Trending: Older & Average
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