Floating Houseboat Introduces New Concept in Sustainable Design
Floating Houseboat Maximizes Use of Land & Lessens Economic Footprint
A new state-of-the-art houseboat has popped up in the ever evolving, eco-friendly community. This houseboat is, if you will, the Mona Lisa of modern architecture and cutting edge designs. It is not only a living quarters, but a floating work of art.
The wood paneled houseboat designed by German architects Rost Niderehe showcases not only the company's modern and contemporary style, but also its effort to maximize the use of land and lessen its economical footprint. By designing and manufacturing a houseboat that can float in bodies of water, the company is able to free up land that can be used for other viable purposes.
The wood paneled houseboat is a roomy 360 square feet and includes all the amenities of an average home. It lacks nothing of design with a trendy interior and sturdy steel walls.
The houseboat phenomenon is catching on quickly with entire floating neighborhoods showing up across the globe. Many seaside cities are jumping at the chance to increase their revenue without loosing space to traditional homes and buildings. The concept of increasing the amount of real estate without taking up sustainable land is appealing to landowners, as well as homeowners. This innovative houseboat hits home as it begins a new way of life and a fresh look at the importance of maintaining precious land space.