Through the window to the stars: in Iceland, tourists are welcome to spend the night in houses with transparent walls

What could be better than a vast snowy plains and endless starry sky? The company ÖÖD built on the outskirts of Reykjavik two elegant house with glass walls and ceilings colorful in the middle of the Scandinavian landscape. Tourists can spend unforgettable nights. Guests will enjoy the surrounding beauty while staying in a cozy place. See how unusual looks featuring transparent walls, then in our material.Through the window to the stars: in Iceland, tourists are welcome to spend the night in houses with transparent wallsA project called ÖÖD Iceland opens a new perspective on the Nordic beauty of Iceland. Now every tourist can enjoy the stunning Northern landscapes, all in the comfort of warm rooms with transparent walls. Places to stay, kitchen and bathroom located at the rear of the house, lined with ash. The wood used in the interior flooring and furniture. The size of the house — 22 square meters. On the street next to it has a Jacuzzi.

Through the window to the stars: in Iceland, tourists are welcome to spend the night in houses with transparent walls

Through the window to the stars: in Iceland, tourists are welcome to spend the night in houses with transparent walls

Through the window to the stars: in Iceland, tourists are welcome to spend the night in houses with transparent wallsThrough the window to the stars: in Iceland, tourists are welcome to spend the night in houses with transparent walls

Through the window to the stars: in Iceland, tourists are welcome to spend the night in houses with transparent walls

Through the window to the stars: in Iceland, tourists are welcome to spend the night in houses with transparent walls

Through the window to the stars: in Iceland, tourists are welcome to spend the night in houses with transparent wallsThrough the window to the stars: in Iceland, tourists are welcome to spend the night in houses with transparent walls

Through the window to the stars: in Iceland, tourists are welcome to spend the night in houses with transparent walls

Through the window to the stars: in Iceland, tourists are welcome to spend the night in houses with transparent walls

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