Looking like a giant Polaroid camera from some angles, the Bivacco Brédy in the Aosta Valley in Italy provides shelter in the most beautiful of ways. Most importantly, it was created to honor the memory of Claudio Brédy, a former politician and lover of the mountains who tragically lost his life in the region. Designed to allow visitors to view the surrounding landscape and rest their weary bodies, the shelter has a dual-oriented structure with one portion angled down the mountain, while the other is angled up to the sky. It’s constructed with a steel truss and covered by prefabricated panels. The cyan blue covering provides easy location for travelers. The bivouac-style shelter actually sleeps between 9 and 12 people. Just don’t be alarmed by the absence of a toilet.