Artists Built A Colorful, Unique Island That They Call Home


After realizing there is no way to afford real estate, artists Catherine King and Wayne Adams decided to build an island, and named it ‘Freedom Cove’—it is located off the coast of Vancouver Island, Canada, and is about a 45-minutes boat ride to the nearest town. Weighing around 500-tons, the 12 tethered sections of this floating home include “four greenhouses, living quarters, a kitchen, workshop, art gallery, a lighthouse and even a dance floor.”

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