Artists create open-air hotel rooms in the Swiss Alps

Two conceptual artists in Switzerland have created 7 “hotel rooms” without walls or ceilings in the Swiss Alps.

Located in eastern Switzerland and Lichtenstein, the guests become performers as they spend the night in a bed in the open air.

The room costs a little over $300 per night.

Created by twin brothers Frank and Patrik Riklin and partner Daniel Charbonnier, the "Zero Real Estate" project aims to explode traditional approaches to hospitality.

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