Dymitr Malcew’s Floating House offers a breathtaking water retreat

Posted in Architecture, Travel
By Sam Bathe on 8 Jan 2014

A floating structure that can be transported to different location, Floating House by Singapore-based architect Dymitr Malcew for French developer H2ORIZON, a company who specialise in floating structures, includes two luxury bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room with floor-to-ceiling windows, kitchen and large terrace. “The concept of the floating house is inspired by nature, openness and luxurious yet easy lifestyle,” explains the architect, connecting the home’s inhabitants with the surroundings with minimal intervention. The unique retreat is a marvel of imagination, design and luxury, you just need to pick the perfect place to dock.

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