'Three Stacks' Provides Eco-Friendly Lodging for Travelers in the Ukraine

By: Michael Hines - Published: Jan 14, 2012 • References: & yankodesign
Three Stacks is a set of eco-friendly shelters designed for the Ukraine. The shelters would cater mainly towards travelers and tourists with two out of the three stacks providing sleeping accommodations and the third stack functioning as a restaurant.

The unique look of these buildings comes from their construction. Each one is made out of wood, cane, clay and grass. These materials are doubly green as they're renewable and won't require environmentally harming building methods during construction. The lighting throughout the community is also sustainably powered, possibly by wind or solar energy. Tourist and travelers from around the world are looking to make a positive impact on the world by staying in green hotels. Three Stacks could bring a ton of tourists to the Ukraine at a fraction of the cost to the environment. Stats for Green Hotel Huts Trending: Older & Mild
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