Incredible Floating Aerohotel
Alexander Asadov. Asadov is famed for his deconstructed architectural design style, which is counterintuitive to typical Russian opulence. His design can be installed on any body of water, from a lake to an ocean. The structure consists of a main body that is supported by three arms that look like bicycle spokes. Access to the Aerohotel is via landing strips or gangways. Designed by Alexander Asadov, this incredible floating Aerohotel features a lighter-than-air aesthetic that sits serenely atop an elegant system of supports.
Conceived as an elevated aquatic structure replete with hanging gardens, the space-age floating island preserves the entire extent of the ecosystem beneath it, contrasting with man-made islands that disrupt their immediate environment with tons of gravel fill. Asadov’s Aerohotel concept takes the ecological idea of typical manmade islands to an even more environmentally sound proposition, as the impact of these structures would be minimal to the water beneath them.
Asadov’s Aerohotel consists of a 200 meter wide circular hub lofted by an interlacing network of supports anchored by three arms that stretch to the bottom of its site. The structure’s body will contain cafés, restaurants, and winter gardens in addition to a hotel.