Tuesday, November 27, 2007

World’s most exclusive Hotel reaches Palais de Tokyo in Paris

Cast your beady eyes on the world’s most exclusive hotel, the Everland. Designed by Swiss artist-duo Sabina Lang and Daniel Baumann, Everland is a one-room designer prefab perched 30 meters above ground level that enjoys a spectacular view of the Eiffel Tower. In October 2007, the one suite hotel Everland moved from the roof of the Leipzig Gallery of Contemporary Art to the roof of the Paris ‘Palais de Tokyo’ where it will be open to guests for an overnight stay and museum visit during the day until the end of 2008. The one-of-its-kind hotel has only one room, including a bathroom, a king-size bed and a lounge. The ample dimensioned room shows the subjective dream of a hotel - the architecture and the playful details.

Sabina Lang cited - It’s absurd to have a one-room hotel and it’s never going to be a success as a business plan. We just like to play around with the idea of exclusivity and luxury. The Everland hotel is not cheap, however. To stay in such an exclusive hotel, guests pay €333 (US $488.44) a night during the week and €444 (US $651.79) at weekends.

Everland - World’s most exclusive hotel Picture Gallery

Thursday, November 22, 2007

Airbus A380 “Private Jet”

The famous quote says that the difference between men and boys is the price of their toys. When you place a Middle Eastern dignitary in the equation, you’ll have this difference at it’s tipping point.

What am I talking about? Well, I am talking about a toy that will cost 150 million dollars, yeap, US$ 150,000,000.00. That’s the price of a new Airbus A380 “private jet” soon to be delivered to this unknown dignitary. Actually, a Flying Palace fits more the new toy description.

Besides the fully-equipped board room, cozy relaxing zone, the pimped-out jet features a grand entrance, VIP lounge with five couches and a tucked away wet bar that is fully equipped with a refrigerator, a wine chiller and a microwave and a dining room with a 70-inch flat screen and 42-inch pop-up monitors. There is even a secluded area off the private dining room on the upper deck that is designed to enjoy desert retreats. The jet’s 6,640 square-foot cabin is designed by designer Edese Doret.

Picture of A380

Click to Enlarge

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Reality with Drawings

Click to Enlarge

Saturday, November 17, 2007

Cute Baby Contest

Click to Enlarge


Related Posts with Thumbnails