The engineers at WSP, David Ajasa-Adekunle and the Innovation Imperative worked on the conceptualization and visualization of this ultra-modern modular hotel. Dubbed 'The Tetra Hotel,' this innovative building is intended to be built on-site and in remote locations. What's more, the team utilized concepts of sustainability and good design, making this modular hotel carbon-neutral.
The conscious building does not sacrifice aesthetics either—the design boasts 19-meter-high concrete pods that are arranged in groups of four. As it is a modular hotel, the Tetra is able to adjust and arrange based on the desires of the developers. As a result, the concrete pods can be set up in a variety of ways that can translate itself to almost any natural landscape.
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