Minimalist Floating Cabin

I love the use of wood and the simple symmetry of this floating cabin.  Not entirely sure about the shingled design or the below waterline windows, but I can definitely get behind the concept in general.  An aquatic retreat.

The project basically features is a floating catamaran suite including four places to sleep, two terraces for relaxing, and a crow’s nest to spot birds. The floating catamaran suite aims to lure a broader target group to nature and to help them understand the beauty and importance of nature and the protection hereof.…
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Beat Rising Land Prices and Rising Sea Levels With A Floating Home

I know, poor form with the climate change humor, but it still doesn’t undercut the futuristic cool that is your own solar-powered floating island home.  Video after the cut.

Solar energy technologies such as photovoltaic panels could provide a third of the world’s energy by 2060 if politicians commit to limiting global warming. In 2011, the International Energy Agency has said that solar energy can make considerable contributions to solving the most urgent problem the world now faces, the greenhouse effect.…
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Stylish Marina Living in Total Comfort

I’ve know a few “live-aboards” in my life and they vary greatly. Some are real blue water sailors just laying over for a while, others are basically just “camping” and others are living quite well in their floating homes.  But this floating home from Rieul-Useful is on a completely different level.  It combines boat house, tiny home movement and stylish studio in a really stunning home.

Not so much a yacht as it is a floating home, the Rieul-Useful provides luxurious accommodations from the comfort of the marina. The second floor consists of two bedrooms, an entertainment lounge and complete …
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Floating Self Sustainable City

I was tempted to title with “What is Waterworld required LEED certification?”.

Inspired by Noah who saved all of the plants and animals from a global flood, Aleksandar Joksimovic and Jelena Nikolic envisioned a modern and sustainable ark capable of supporting all life in the event of a natural disaster. Their innovative water world would support life on terraced fields, grow food, collect rainwater, generate its own power and is engineered to withstand all forms of water-based disasters. Noah’s Ark is part of the 2012 eVolo Skyscraper Competition and received an honorable mention for its many unique features.…
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