Another Ambitious Future Project in Qatar – Here’s a hotel that’s sure to make a splash!
Visitors to the Amphibious 1000 resort, which is not built yet, can stay in underwater rooms and check out a sea life centre in the lobby.
It’s the latest barmy tourist project to get the go-ahead in (where else?) Qatar, and it will cost a cool £310million to develop.
Italian architecture firm Giancarlo Zema Design Group dreamt up the crazy plans, designed to look like a giant octopus.
The vast complex is actually four linked hotels that resemble yachts, and will be built in the middle of a marine reserve.
The resort will also feature an ‘aquarium lounge’ and ‘jellyfish suites’ – pods with rooms, lounges and an underwater observatory.
Check out more perspective and lay out photos of this project:
Giancarlo Zema is famed for his underwater designs. He said: “We believe that the future of architecture is on the water and that shortly man will be more and more inclined towards living a floating experience.”
Isn’t this another big future project in Qatar? We hope this certainly is going to be in the making in the next coming years. You know what future project in Qatar means – more jobs too!