Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects have won the bid to construct a 5-star hotel in Munich. Normally this wouldn't be very cool, as architectural firms win bids to build hotels all the time. But this hotel is different. This hotel is sustainable.
Illuminating the hotel with daylight and hanging gardens are just a couple of the many features that Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects have designed for the as of yet unnamed hotel. This hotel is set to open in 2014. I'm already booking my flight to Munich. I like to plan four years in advance for things.
Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects to Create Sustainable 5-Star Hotel in Munich
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2. Biophilic Design - Hotels that incorporate living elements, such as hanging gardens and green walls, can provide guests with a more relaxing, natural environment.
3. Daylighting - The incorporation of natural light into building design provides potential health and well-being benefits to occupants.
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3. Architecture - Architecture firms can differentiate themselves by incorporating innovative sustainable and biophilic design elements into their projects.