Extreme floating tiny house that would make James Bond feel at home.
“The Anthenea measures just 4.6m in diameter and is made from fibreglass. A hydraulic jack opens the main door, but one of the most striking features is the glass bottom, which allows you to admire marine life close-up.
‘It’s very relaxing,’ says Ducancelle. ‘You feel like you’re actually floating in the water. It’s also more stable than a boat: it can resist a cyclone.’”
This design concept has some extreme ideas for self-sufficient living.
“No Land In Sight is a student project from the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. It explores the relationship between adventuring humans and the sea, examining exactly how a long-term sea journey would play out practically and technologically.”
“William Woodbridge is a 21 year old second year university student. He has a unique way of looking at life and how he lives as a student is quite different than the usual. Williams lives in a teepee and a floating teepee at that. Will says ‘It’s deliciously hippyish.’”
Here’s another way to build a tiny house… right on the back of an old boat. The Maldive Islands is a tiny country in the Indian Ocean formed by a group of 26 atolls. The average elevation is 4′ 11″ so it would seem natural for these folks to build homes on boats. Looks like an amazing place to visit before the end of the century (if you catch my drift). Photo credit Chi King. I first saw this on Red Headed Frog.
If you’re familiar with the San Francisco Bay Area you might be aware that the posh bay-side town of Sausalito is the home of several houseboat communities.
Most of the floating homes in this exclusive zip code will set you back six or seven figures but there are still pockets of free spirits at the Gates Co-Op Houseboat Community. In this little community floating out on Richardson Bay you’ll find a collection of funky hand built tiny floating homes. Gates Co-Op Houseboat Community