Resort of the Future – Solar Floating Resort 2



sfr, solar floating resort 2, michele puzzolante, futuristic architecture, futurist design
For those of you who plan their future holiday trip please consider a luxurious Solar Floating Resort 2 (SFR) as an option. So far it is the concept model from the designer of the first Solar Floating Resort Michele Puzzolante, but it might turn to a pleasurable reality quite soon due to the interest of Philippine investors in the design. The project is no doubt costly (COST ESTIMATE: $ 125,000.000.00) but at the same time it is very feasible as the construction techniques, systems and materials have been already successfully employed in automobile and naval industries. The modular design of the resort is more industrial than traditional but it will traditionally comprise a five-star hotel, 20 private villas and multipurpose marina with an underwater restaurant, yachts and airports/heliports.
Via:tuvie.com
sfr, solar floating resort 2, michele puzzolante, futuristic architecture, futurist design

sfr, solar floating resort 2, michele puzzolante, futuristic architecture, futurist design

sfr, solar floating resort 2, michele puzzolante, futuristic architecture, futurist design

sfr, solar floating resort 2, michele puzzolante, futuristic architecture, futurist design

sfr, solar floating resort 2, michele puzzolante, futuristic architecture, futurist design

sfr, solar floating resort 2, michele puzzolante, futuristic architecture, futurist design

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