Hotel guests arriving by zip line at the Shinta Mani Wild conservation camp in Cambodia, part of US architect Bill Bensley’s hotel chain Bensley Collection.Hotel guests arriving by zip line at the Shinta Mani Wild conservation camp in Cambodia, part of US architect Bill Bensley’s hotel chain Bensley Collection.
Hotel guests arriving by zip line at the Shinta Mani Wild conservation camp in Cambodia, part of US architect Bill Bensley’s hotel chain Bensley Collection.

Eco architect Bill Bensley on his wild Asian luxury resorts that challenge how hospitality is built

  • American architect Bensley rarely fails to surprise with his sometimes wacky hotel ideas such as guests zip lining to reception and human ‘zoos’
  • Known for talking clients down from ideas based purely on profit, he strives to build with minimal impact and wants travellers to also do their part

Topic |   Architecture and design
Hotel guests arriving by zip line at the Shinta Mani Wild conservation camp in Cambodia, part of US architect Bill Bensley’s hotel chain Bensley Collection.Hotel guests arriving by zip line at the Shinta Mani Wild conservation camp in Cambodia, part of US architect Bill Bensley’s hotel chain Bensley Collection.
Hotel guests arriving by zip line at the Shinta Mani Wild conservation camp in Cambodia, part of US architect Bill Bensley’s hotel chain Bensley Collection.
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