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    This architectural project is a confrontation of my definition of remoteness as a secluded space with a phenomenon of growing tourism. To examine… Read More
    This architectural project is a confrontation of my definition of remoteness as a secluded space with a phenomenon of growing tourism. To examine the phenomenon deeply, I picked the region that posted the highest increase in arrivals of tourists in Europe for a site - Iceland. My project is a hotel. An untypical hotel, which consists of remote structures, scattered all around the island. It is dedicated to backpackers, who hike from one room to another. Read Less
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Scattered Hotel is a thesis project, created during second year of my Master of Architecture Degree in Bauhaus University of Architecture. The task was to define remoteness and respond to it with an architectural solution. In my project I confront my definition of remoteness as a secluded space with a phenomenon of growing tourism. To examine it deeply for a site I picked the region that posted the highest increase in arrivals of tourists in Europe which is Iceland.
 
My project is a hotel. An untypical hotel, which consists of remote structures, scattered all around the island. It is dedicated to backpackers, who hike from one room to another.
If you would like to go through the completed thesis booklet, click here, or go to my website.
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