This minimal hotel is a single room without a wall or roof

Conceptual artists Frank and Patrik Riklin, along with hospitality professional Daniel Charbonnier, have re-opened their ‘Null Stern Hotel,' a real estate concept in the form of an open-air double bed located in the Swiss countryside that showcases the natural splendor of the landscape. This minimal hotel room has no walls or roof, but it does boast some amazing views of the Swiss Alps, creating an experiential stay unlike any other.

The original concept was created in 2008 inside a nuclear bunker in the Swiss town of Sevelen. The creators have now pushed their idea even further with this evolved version in Safiental, which aims to redefine the notion of resources and the idea of ownership. They describe the owner of the double bed as the region where it is located.

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