From Patagonia to Tasmania, these 12 remote hideaways were designed to keep their distance—and make the most of their solitary settings.
Board the fjord, dude! Radinn’s electric jetboard earns its stripes in the sub-freezing temperatures of Norway.
Dubbed The Whale, the museum is located in a tiny coastal village that draws more than 50,000 whale watchers every year.
Designed by Bjarke Ingels Group, the enclosed structure dramatically torques 90 degrees over the Randselva river, appearing to almost roll over upon itself
The proposed boutique hotel would be built into the popular tourist attraction Preikestolen, a cliff that rises high above the Lysefjord.
The cabin’s owner wanted a structure that would offer a “feeling of isolation and total privacy” in order to truly escape city life.
Not for lighthearted landlubbers, of course.
Norway’s new submerged restaurant Under will offer a $430 tasting menu that features the aquatic flora and fauna living outside its windows.