Scandinavian countries have a white beauty impossible to describe! In an incredible Nothern village called Jukkasjärvi, there’s a Sweden’s Icehotel that is celebrating its 30th anniversary! We decided to check go there to … chill! ❄️ ❄️ ❄️
Probably you won’t believe it, but thi Icehotel was a summer destination. Yngve Bergqvist 30 years ago had a brilliant idea of creating a hotel entirely made of ice and snow! A mesmerizing landscape with only 548 inhabitants, this Sweden’s Icehotel will go directly to your bucket list!
🎵 Ice Ice, Baby 🎵
Are you ready to do a tour thought this amazing design – a couple of dregrees down? Bring your parka, and you’re ready! The first room is the main ceremony hall of Icehotel. It was design by the amazing duo Kauppi & Kauppi, and here you can see the details the room has: “The chapel-like room is adorned with images of ginkgo leaves—a symbol of love and longevity. The 30 pinpoints of light on the ceiling represent each year of Icehotel’s history”.
The duo already has won multiple design awards, and they’re still counting!
A true viking vibe over here! This is a picture of the opening ceremony of the thirty years of Icehotel with lots of singing, candles and, of course, goodwill!
The hotel had some renovations, however every December, icehotel builds a new crop of ice rooms for their guests! This amazing Scandinavian design bedroom was the final result of Aleksandra Pasek and Tomasz Czajkowski‘s work. The Warm Up room will be waiting for you!
“This winter, 33 artists from 16 countries (together with Icehotel’s incredible build, ice production, creative support, and lighting design teams) spent two intensive weeks building the 30th reincarnation of the hotel’s annual art exhibition—including 15 art suites, hallways, and a ceremony hall made entirely of snow and ice from the nearby Torne River. The hotel also debuted a new outdoor installation featuring a 13-foot-tall tower, two new Icehotel 365 suites, and an amusement park–themed ice bar called “Torneland”, Dwell.
Sweden’s Icehotel also has a Theatre – that will make you have chills all over your body! – designed by Jonathan Paul Green and Marnie Green.
“We have planned Icehotel #30 since early spring, when the Icehotel jury decided which art suites would become reality,” says Luca Roncoroni, the creative director at Icehotel. “Luckily, the Arctic weather greeted us with perfect conditions for the construction period. There is something special about creating art and design in collaboration with the river, the sky, and the air”, Icehotel.
Crescents was designed by Elin Julin and Ida Mangsbo.
Probably, you’re thinking: am I still in Sweden? And the answer is yes!, however with vibes from Santorini. The White Santorini was designed by Haemee Han and Jae Yual Lee, and it will bring you the warm architecture from Greece!
“Construction of the winter portion of Icehotel took nearly two weeks”.
“Directly adjacent to the winter hall lies Icehotel 365, which allows guests to experience frozen accommodations all year round”, Dwell.
And, of course, it’s the perfect time to chill and see the Northern lights!
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