Airbnb has become the mecca for travellers, especially for those looking for a comfortable and unique experience. When travelling it doesn’t just matter the view, but also the place where you’ll be looking from. In Airbnb you can find any type of accomodation in almost any corner of the world, even a fully 3D-printed concrete home.
The Fibonacci House was designed by Twente Additive Manufacturing (TAM) using the famous Fibonacci Sequence in its spiral form. The particular housing is one of the few fully 3D-printed constructions in the world and it’s the first one to be listed on Airbnb, which gives you the opportunity to enjoy a one-of-a-kind vacation in rural Canada.
Located in Procter (British Columbia), the Fibonacci House welcomes you with amazing views of the Purcell Mountains and a walking-distance dip in the Kootenay Lake. There are two lofted rooms in a mezzanine level, which the guest can access through a ladder, and they have space for up to four people. The Fibonacci House offers a covered patio and a small garden to enjoy the outdoors as well.
During July, for example, the cost varies around $90 and $100 USD per night, and there’s a minimum stay of three nights. The Fibonacci House listing actually collects fundings to help World Housing (.org) with its mission of solving the housing crisis. Book your stay here and be part of history!
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