Behold: the Cliff Concept Boutique Hotel – a vertiginous five-tiered vision on the upper face of Preikestolen (‘Pulpit Rock’) 600 meters above Norway’s Lysefjord.

Every year, 200,000 visitors flock to Preikestolen to take in the spectacular view. Architectural design studio Hayriatak envisages an exclusive vantage where guests can take in the sights from rounded balconies and the glass walls of an infinity pool cantilevered over the fjord.


8 thoughts on “The Overlook

  1. Paulus

    They’ll have to factor in some barriers in the car park (1st pic).
    Do they not have a compo-culture in Norway?

    1. Papi

      Not even slightly. It’s very much a “what did you do that for?” mentality. Think ice everywhere for five months, you fall, tough.

  2. Hector Ramirez

    Yep build it and they (1%) will come… rest of the plebs can find another vantage point to take in the views…

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