Need to get away?
 
 
How about to the dazzling lights of Paris?
 
 
Or the peaceful lakes of Switzerland?
 
 
How about the lovely architecture of Germany?
 
Built by the talented design team L/B (Sabina Lang and Daniel Baumann), the Hotel Everland was created for the 2002 Swiss National Exhibition. With just one room, a bathroom, and a lounge, this innovative hotel is elegant simplicity at its best. And, let’s be honest: it’s just rad!
 

 
Additional ammenities include a fully stocked mini bar, a record player, and breakfast delivered to the door!
 
 
 
 
Constructed in Burgdorf, Switzerland, the Everland made its way to Lake Neuchatel, the the roof-deck of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Leipzig, Germany, and finally to the the roof of the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. Guests could book it for only one night, but visitors were encouraged to stop by during the day. 
 

 

 
Sadly, the hotel is now closed, but you can subscribe to the newsletter or check out the website in case it reopens…fingers crossed! (P.S. Make sure you check out the sweet panorama!)
 
(Pics courtesy of Hotel Everland.)