Ukrainian Architect Viktor Zeleniak Envisions A Futuristic Luxurious Hotel Over The Waterfall

Ukrainian Architect Viktor Zeleniak Envisions A Futuristic Luxurious Hotel Over The Waterfall

This implausible visualization by Ukrainian architect Viktor Zeleniak reminds us at SURFACES REPORTER (SR) about the world-famous “Fallingwater” residence designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1939 as a weekend home for Liliane and Edgar J. Kaufmann. No doubt everyone, including architecture lovers, would dream of visiting this mesmerizing house once in their lives. On the same line, architect Zeleniak has conceptualized this unique hotel complex that will give an opportunity to dwell over a waterfall, relax, and immerse in the scenic beauty of the location. Read more below:


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The Ukrainian architect and designer Viktor Zeleniak has envisioned a fantastic conceptual hotel design nestled over the waterfall.


The shape of a Ship

The architect visualized that the shape of the building resembles a ship, and the structural supports are oars as if the structure is about to take off.


According to the architect, the hotel complex will encompass a sleeping area, a relaxation area close by the cascading pools. Along with that, it also comprises a sports area and a dining area. 

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Panoramic Windows

The project also contains panoramic windows that allow the inhabitants to enjoy stunning views in all areas of the complex.

Project Details

Project name: Luxury hotel over the waterfall
Architecture firm: Viktor Zeleniak
Location: Ukraine
Principal Architect: Viktor Zeleniak
Visualization: Viktor Zeleniak
Design year: 2021
Client: Private
Status: Concept - Design

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