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More seclusion- and view- are hardly possible. The platform for this spectacular house on Australia’s Great Ocean Road rests on a 13-metre-high concrete pylon.
This building has created its share of confusion in the Australian metropolis. On top of that, it has been the subject of mockery, as in one interpretation of the structure as a termite hill.
Will this project ever be realized? It is entirely possible, for the larger-than-life amethyst is meant to give an unmistakable face to an entire hotel chain.
For some people, being trapped in a cable-car gondola 2,700 metres above sea level would be a nightmare. But for others, it could be an unforgettable adventure.