The desert is more often associated with barren struggle than it is with lush luxury, but the new desert hotel design from 'The Boundary', a British visualization studio, manages to combine the two. The hotel concept features a stacked concrete layout and a sharp concrete structuration, but its designed to be built in Arizona's Sonoran Desert.
Though the desert hotel is indeed meant for the middle of a barren expanse, it won't be for wont of water. It features a large swimming pool that spans through both the interior and the exterior of the building, helping to keep occupants cool in the dry desert heat. The building also features concrete slats that offer unimpeded views of the surrounding desert mesas.
The Boundary has Released Renderings for a Pared-Back Luxury Retreat
1. Super Luxury Desert Hotels - The trend of creating luxurious hotels in the desert offers an opportunity to cater to high-end travelers seeking unique and exclusive experiences in unconventional locations.
2. Stacked Concrete Architecture - The trend of using stacked concrete in hotel design presents a disruptive innovation opportunity for architects and builders to create visually striking structures that blend seamlessly with the desert landscape.
3. Integrated Indoor-outdoor Spaces - The trend of integrating indoor and outdoor spaces in desert hotel design allows for a seamless connection with nature, offering guests an immersive experience that embraces the surrounding desert environment.
1. Hospitality - The hospitality industry can capitalize on the trend of super luxury desert hotels by developing upscale accommodation options and curated experiences for affluent travelers seeking a distinctive desert vacation.
2. Architecture and Construction - The architecture and construction industry can seize the opportunities presented by the trend of stacked concrete architecture in desert hotel design, creating innovative and sustainable structures that redefine luxury in arid environments.
3. Landscape Design - The landscape design industry can benefit from the trend of integrated indoor-outdoor spaces in desert hotels, by creating harmonious outdoor environments that enhance the guest experience and blend seamlessly with the desert surroundings.