LoftCube on top of Hotel Daniel Graz
The LoftCube is a prefabricated habitable glass cube that sits a top the Hotel Daniel Graz, Austria. Forty four unique square metres conceived by Berlin designer Werner Aisslinger and featuring all-round panoramic views.

First conceived by Aisslinger in 2003, the small structures are specifically designed to make use of unused space on rooftops.

Not only does it offer glorious views of the Graz clock tower or Schloss Eggenberg, furnished with a jungle feeling in the Raindance shower, a comfy sitting accommodation and a superb home cinema experience.

The LoftCube at the top of the Hotel Daniel is made using an invisible galvanised steel construction that is housed within a white fiberglass shell and finished with a façade made of FSC-certified Sipowood. Together with the surrounding panels made of special glass, the design generates a space bathed in light.

The air conditioning and acoustic system are also hidden in a suspended stretch ceiling. Dimmable uprights integrated directly into the facade are responsible for the lighting concept and, just like the blinds, controlled by means of a bus system. Above all, Werner insists on only using high-quality, durable and recyclable materials.

Prices are 340 Euro per night & includes breakfast

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