Something has to be said for fishing out your bedroom window on a floating lake house. With sea levels on the rise and over 70% of the earth’s surface covered in water, the want and need for water living is a must. The architect behind all this is Giancarlo Zema’s and works with a company in London called Ecoflowlife.
The WaterNest 100 is a 1,076 floating home made of 98% recycled materials. The hull frame is made of recycled aluminum, and the exterior shell made of recycled laminated timber. The roof powers the home with a 650 square ft of photovoltaic system. The oval curved design allows natural ventilation and taking advantage of the cool breezes that pass by.
WaterNest 100 has a 100 sqm circular layout, 12 m in diameter, with balconies conveniently located along the longer sides that allow to enjoy, thanks to the large windows, fascinating views over the water.
WaterNest 100 has several possible configurations, depending on the different housing or working needs. It is perfect like an ecological house, office, lounge bar, restaurant, shop or exhibition floating space. The selected furnishings in the EcoFloLife catalogue are top design, eco-friendly and elegant, and thus meet the most demanding contemporary needs.
LOUNGE BAR / RESTAURANT | This version is the ideal design to accommodate an innovative and charming, as well as entirely environmentally friendly restaurant for bio products or an intriguing floating bar. Open-space with bar, stools, tables, chairs, kitchen and toilets for a maximum capacity of 40 people.
Ideal for those wishing to live independently, exclusively and in complete harmony with nature.
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