Ever lived in a city where the skyline is literally changing every six months? How about every week? When I lived in Shanghai, I was blown away by the speed at which the skyline was changing — buildings seemed to literally spring up from nowhere. Case in point: this 15-story Ark Hotel in Changsha, China was literally built in six days. And not just some flimsy, cheapo building, either. It’s level nine earthquake resistant, sound-proofed and thermal-insulated. Thanks to pre-made construction modules and modern construction techniques, Chinese construction happens at a seriously dizzying speed. I don’t know if I would risk rooming at this hotel, because I have a few doubts about its safety. What about you — would you stay in a building built in six days?
Watch the magic happen from day zero to six.