Solar-Powered Floating Hotel By Michele Puzzolante

August 14, 2012

Italian industrial designer Michele Puzzolante designed this conceptual floating luxury hotel. So far this is just a concept looking for an investor. The cost so far is at $1,800,000 to build one of these. The resort can hold up to 6 people comfortably. I wouldn't mind living in this for a summer!

The only problem would be the effect of the sea life. If this resort is on top of coral for longer than a day at a time the coral can die. Also what if it bumps into a precious coral reef? The reason it is so unrealistic is because of the all glass undersea look out. I would add a metal cage around that because imagine if the boat ran into something under the water! Don't get me wrong though the Italian designer has really good intention of using solar power. He believes that solar power can resolve the Global Warming issue. I strongly agree to that. The amount of solar energy the sun give the Earth in one day can give the Earth energy for one year.


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