White Stones Hotel

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About the project
The project is inspired by modern Nordic architecture. Featuring minimalism and eco-friendliness, it uses natural materials like stone and wood and a greened roof. Another reference here is the white-stone design tradition.
The building looks like a stone sculpture or a metaphorical layout of a white-stone temple, with four wall edges, every edge additionally cut into three. Standing along the motor road and outlooking the existing buildings, the hotel is perfectly visible from every side.

Pereslavl Zalessky Urban District, Yaroslavl Region, Russia

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Applicant and author of the project
Architect Yuri Timofeyev