The architecture firm Shokhan Mataibekov Architects definitely thought so. Below is the “Slalom House”. It’s in Astana in Kazakhstan, and cost 70 million dollars to build.
The ski slope is powered with artificial snow called ‘Snowflex’ apparently a ‘credible alternative to snow’.
Definitely more fun than taking the elevator.
“Slalom House” is covered in artificial snow
It looks like a huge toboggan or flume attached to an apartment
Residents will be able to ski down to street level
Or go for a quick ski after work without having to leave the building
Skiing is definitely a quick way to get between floors
The artificial snow means that it won’t melt when the sun shines