Between Earth Ships, the Small House Movement, and others, there’s a huge desire for off-the-grid alternatives to typical housing options.
The Waternest 100 will be a literal floating haven of green energy. Made from reycled timber and salvaged aluminum, it is 98% recyclable. A 60m2 solar panel array on the roof will generate 4 kwp.
The interior will be offered in a variety of configurations, which, according to DesignBoom, can include space for an office, lounge bar, restaurant, retail shop or exhibition area.
Thanks to the company’s innovative technologies, the Waternest 100 can be positioned on any stretch of calm water – rivers, lakes, bays, even particularly quiet stretches of sea.
Head on over to DesignBoom to read more about the project.