Neve mind blurring the boundaries between the inside and out. The Null Stern Zero Real Estate Suites remove them altogether. The Swiss-based hospitality group has dropped open-air suites in four unique locations across Switzerland, including a vineyard overlooking the medieval village of Saillon, a mystical hill named "Colline Ardente," and the site of the 13-century Bayart Tower. But the collection's most interesting installation is the Null Stern suite Anti-Idyllic. Situated at a roadside fuel station, the accommodation replaces the serene landscapes of the countryside with the noise of passing traffic. The unconventional site allows guests the opportunity to reflect "on current affairs such as the climate, the economy, security or equality." All of the rooms include a welcome drink, local finger food, breakfast pastry, fresh juice, a butler, and a hotel room in case of bad weather.