imoin – Helix Hotel in Abu Dhabi

“Designed by American firm Lesser Architecture, The five-star luxury Helix Hotel partially floats in the water and adjacent to the Serpentine Sheik Zayed Bridge currently under construction by Zaha Hadid. The 208 guest rooms and suites are arranged around a helical floor which constantly shifts in width and pitch as it rises to the top floor, keeping public spaces always in flux. No two rooms positioned across from each
other have exact views to the other side. As mentioned the adjacent bridge is currently under construction, however there is no information about when the hotel will be completed, or even if it has begun. So it’s unlikely you’ll be staying here any time soon.” Link

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abu dhabi, helix hotel, leeser architects, sustainable design, green building, sustainable architecture, natural ventilation, daylighting, solar power, wind power, spiral hotel

abu dhabi, helix hotel, leeser architects, sustainable design, green building, sustainable architecture, natural ventilation, daylighting, solar power, wind power, spiral hotel

abu dhabi, helix hotel, leeser architects, sustainable design, green building, sustainable architecture, natural ventilation, daylighting, solar power, wind power, spiral hotel

abu dhabi, helix hotel, leeser architects, sustainable design, green building, sustainable architecture, natural ventilation, daylighting, solar power, wind power, spiral hotel

abu dhabi, helix hotel, leeser architects, sustainable design, green building, sustainable architecture, natural ventilation, daylighting, solar power, wind power, spiral hotel

abu dhabi, helix hotel, leeser architects, sustainable design, green building, sustainable architecture, natural ventilation, daylighting, solar power, wind power, spiral hotel

Amazing 😛

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