Construction is now reportedly planned for a location just outside Beirut, Lebanon, with an approximate budget of US$2.5 million ($3.27 million).
The original plan, which made headlines in July last year, was to have the striking building embedded in a cliff, overlooking the Aegean Sea in Greece.
It’s new location will be a Faqra mountain on about 1600 square metres, with dimensions expanded to 270 square metres and an extra bedroom added. It has room for six people and underground parking for three cars.
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