Tron Ice Hotel

If you happened to be wandering above the Arctic Circle in Sweden, you’d most likely lose your mind if you stumbled upon this incredible Tron: Legacy-inspired ice hotel.

British designer Ben Rousseau and architect Ian Douglas-Jones built this magnificent structure in just 13 days. They carved out the interior of the hotel room suite, installed the lighting, and then polished and buffed out the interior furnishings. These included wall panels, a reindeer pelt covered bed and a table.

The electric blue Tron-inspired lighting scheme is achieved by cutting grooves into the ice, inserting energy efficient electroluminescent wire, and icing over the wire to keep it in place.

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