Architect Dymitr Malcew designed the Floating House on the water for French developer H2ORIZON. This house is built on a buoyant platform, so the owners can set adrift to new locales any time. Imagine waking up every day to new picture perfect oceanic views. Forget a house on the waterfront. You can get a house literally on the water.
Most Floating Houses have two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a sitting area, a dining area, and a terrace outside, covered by an overhanging roof. A number of the walls consist of floor to ceiling windows, maximizing the sunlight and the view from inside the rooms.
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