Larry Ellison’s Fantasy Island

August 3, 2013 at 12:11 am Leave a comment

“Imagine these hale, these grass huts on the beach,” Mr. Ellison said excitedly of his plans for the new resort. “They are individual hale, built on poles in the sand. We will retain the unspoiled primitive nature of the beach.” He says the hotel will be a model of sustainability—generating electricity from the sun, making its own fresh water, reusing “gray water for irrigation, and all the buildings will be made from light, renewable materials, like bamboo.”

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