Here’s the title:
Alex Hogrefe’s conceptual retreat cuts into a remote Icelandic clifftop
Yep – if you’re going to visualise a conceptual retreat cutting into a remote Icelandic clifftop, then you need to go large or go home. But being an experienced architectural visualiser, Alex Hogrefe has only gone and done both.
Look at it. Just look at it!
And that amazing platform, just several hundred feet above the angry North Atlantic.
Kids and a beagle, together with the notorious stormy Icelandic winter weather, would probably demand that I visualised a bit more of a fence around the edge, but that’s just details.
See more of the design process on Alex’s personal website.
It’s not practical, but then it’s not meant to be. I love the way that even though this is merely a concept design, Alex has (literally) gone out of the way to find an actual site in which to put it.
I’m now thinking of sticking something similar in Platteklip Gorge on the front of Table Mountain.