Our intial reaction to this architectural concept was "Whoa" but we'd love to hear what you think...
'Hiding in Triangles' is a proposed design for a hotel aimed at bike enthusiasts from design firm Philip Modest Schambelan + Anton Fromm. The hotel - if built - will be perched on a cliff above Lake Garda in Italy and aims to allow you to ride directly from the countryside to your bedside.
It can do this because there are no stairs to get inside, just bike ramps which make the hotel accessible on every floor, flowing from the curve of the mountainside and into the different parts of the building.
Suspended 500 metres over the northern tip of the lake the hotel will no doubt enjoy spectacular views, but for other visitors enjoying Garda's natural beauty, will this be an eyesore or architectural icon?