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Striking Architectural Beauties: #2 Bella Sky Comwell – Copenhagen, Denmark

20 September 2011 No Comment

This striking beauty was designed by the local architectural firm 3XN. According to the designers themselves the two towers resemble two dancers that are leaning and moving together.

The photogenic structure leans out at a staggering 15 degrees in each direction (that’s 11 degrees more than the Leaning Tower of Pisa!!!).


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The ultra modern Sky Bella hotel is Scandinavia’s largest hotel and is a truly magnificent architectural landmark adding a very distinctive and visually impressive new profile to the Copenhagen skyline.


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Monstrous architectural acrobatics

Although it certainly appears to be a strange looking building; the monstrous architectural acrobatics, combined with the wonderful geometry and sculptural profile – has certainly made many a jaw hit the floor in awe and admiration.


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The Bella Sky hotel has quickly become an architectural icon, drawing many a visitor / tourist to the Ørestad neighbourhood of Denmark. In the vicinity, there is an airport; so the maximum permitted height was 75 meters for a tower. The Bella Sky Comwell hotel is now a very renowned hotel within the Scandinavian region, having one huge spa centre, as many as 30 conference rooms and 800+ guest rooms. There are several tourist attractions near the hotel, (the National Museum of Denmark or the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek) which makes it a great spot on the list of tourists coming to Denmark.

Futuristic and conceptual eye candy

Not only is the geometry of this architecture impressive but also the combination of imaginative wild angles, fascinating shapes and great tones results in utter unsurpassable beauty.


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The Bella Sky Hotel is futuristic and conceptual eye candy that has produced a stunning landmark for all to enjoy from the various corners of Copenhagen.

Everyone has their opinion and some of the most notable comments have included:

“Artistic sculpture meets commercial architecture…”

“Its like a very big strange piece of origami – simply this is just beautiful.”

“It must lift one’s spirits and bring on a cheerful mood to approach this building knowing that you’ll be staying there for a few days”

My opinion … what a fabulous hotel. Hands up who’d like to stay here?

Although I don’t think you should book a corner room in this hotel!

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