Adventurers are looking for high-end, eco-friendly short-distance travel, and Iceland should be an amazing place. The Icelandic Ion Hotel was designed by Minarc Architects. An abandoned building, renovated into a hotel, combines innovative and innovative functional materials to reflect the natural beauty of the area. Located in the volcanic zone, the Ion Hotel’s hot springs are powered by geothermal energy.
In order not to detract from the surrounding landscape, the ion hotel building looks like a land extension, getting rid of a group Hardened lava mountain base. Architects and renovations, prefabricated panels, can help reduce the carbon footprint of buildings. Naturally lit from floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views of the surrounding moss and lava landscape.
The interior of the hotel uses locally and recycled materials, made from recycled wood. The hotel is equipped with a clean, energy efficient power-saving shower system, geothermal heating and hot water. Icelandic contemporary art and craftsmanship are immersed in local culture throughout the hotel.
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