Phoenix House: Hotel sits on active Hawaiian volcano

2017-08-09 05:55:06 GMT2017-08-09 13:55:06(Beijing Time) Agencies
This tiny guest house stands on a lava field on Hawaii's Big Island, and has views of the steam produced where molten rock flows into the sea. The 450-square-foot home is named Phoenix House as it is This tiny guest house stands on a lava field on Hawaii's Big Island, and has views of the steam produced where molten rock flows into the sea. The 450-square-foot home is named Phoenix House as it is "literally rising from the ashes" of volcanic activity in the area. It is located in an off-grid community in Kalapana, at the base of the Kīlauea volcano – which has been continuously erupting since 1983. Designed by Will Beilharz, the house is available for guests to book. The building is clad in wood blackened using ancient Japanese charring technique, to blend with the dark surrounding landscape. Recycled, rusted corrugated metal covers the roof to mimic the color of the hot lava. (Photo/VCG)
This tiny guest house stands on a lava field on Hawaii's Big Island, and has views of the steam produced where molten rock flows into the sea. The 450-square-foot home is named Phoenix House as it is This tiny guest house stands on a lava field on Hawaii's Big Island, and has views of the steam produced where molten rock flows into the sea. The 450-square-foot home is named Phoenix House as it is "literally rising from the ashes" of volcanic activity in the area. It is located in an off-grid community in Kalapana, at the base of the Kīlauea volcano – which has been continuously erupting since 1983. Designed by Will Beilharz, the house is available for guests to book. The building is clad in wood blackened using ancient Japanese charring technique, to blend with the dark surrounding landscape. Recycled, rusted corrugated metal covers the roof to mimic the color of the hot lava. (Photo/VCG)
This tiny guest house stands on a lava field on Hawaii's Big Island, and has views of the steam produced where molten rock flows into the sea. The 450-square-foot home is named Phoenix House as it is This tiny guest house stands on a lava field on Hawaii's Big Island, and has views of the steam produced where molten rock flows into the sea. The 450-square-foot home is named Phoenix House as it is "literally rising from the ashes" of volcanic activity in the area. It is located in an off-grid community in Kalapana, at the base of the Kīlauea volcano – which has been continuously erupting since 1983. Designed by Will Beilharz, the house is available for guests to book. The building is clad in wood blackened using ancient Japanese charring technique, to blend with the dark surrounding landscape. Recycled, rusted corrugated metal covers the roof to mimic the color of the hot lava. (Photo/VCG)
This tiny guest house stands on a lava field on Hawaii's Big Island, and has views of the steam produced where molten rock flows into the sea. The 450-square-foot home is named Phoenix House as it is This tiny guest house stands on a lava field on Hawaii's Big Island, and has views of the steam produced where molten rock flows into the sea. The 450-square-foot home is named Phoenix House as it is "literally rising from the ashes" of volcanic activity in the area. It is located in an off-grid community in Kalapana, at the base of the Kīlauea volcano – which has been continuously erupting since 1983. Designed by Will Beilharz, the house is available for guests to book. The building is clad in wood blackened using ancient Japanese charring technique, to blend with the dark surrounding landscape. Recycled, rusted corrugated metal covers the roof to mimic the color of the hot lava. (Photo/VCG)
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