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The Eco-Friendly Floating House Of The Future

Published On 03/16/2015 Published On 03/16/2015
Giancarlo Zema Design Group

We've been hearing for years that half the country is going to wind up underwater eventually. Get ahead of the curve with the WaterNest, a floating home that makes life at sea all the more bearable with modern convenience and stylish touches.

Italian Giancarlo Zema designed the structure for UK-based EcoFloLife, and you can commission your own for a cool $1.5 mil. That may sound like a lot, but it's a bargain considering all the dough you'll save on green features like solar panels and low-consumption micro-ventilation air conditioning.

The whole thing is just over 1,000 square feet and houses a living room, dining area, bedroom, kitchen and bathroom made entirely of recycled materials.

Get a peek at the interior below and prepare to drool over the ultimate water views.

Giancarlo Zema Design Group
Giancarlo Zema Design Group
Giancarlo Zema Design Group
Giancarlo Zema Design Group
Giancarlo Zema Design Group

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