A part of the attract of a tiny home is that you would be able to put it (nearly) anyplace. That’s why you see all these glamour pictures of them parked subsequent to softly rolling sand dunes, or nestled deep within the woods, or perched on a mountaintop and backdropped by an ideal sundown.
However you don’t see a lot of them on the excessive seas. It is sensible, although—simply cross-pollinate the stylish tiny dwelling with the ever-romantic houseboat and also you’ve received your self a winner.
With that concept in thoughts, let’s introduce the Koda Light Float, a seafaring tiny dwelling dreamed up by the Estonian design collective Kodasema. Nicely, “seafaring” may be a little bit of an overstatement, because the 277-square-foot rides on a pair of pontoons, however anchors to dry land with a stylishly arched picket bridge. When you cross over, you’ll be in a minimalist area that also manages to incorporate excessive ceilings in an open lounge, a full-size sleeping space, a bathe room with a rest room, and a kitchen. There’s additionally a picket terrace for taking in your ocean view.
Whereas lots of tiny houses go for a country look, the Koda Gentle Float seems distinctly trendy, with high-contrast colours inside and a boxy exterior. Giant facade-spanning home windows give it an open an inviting look, described because the “environment of a mediterranean villa,” which does sound about proper. Kodasema suggests it could possibly be a harbor cafe or an artist’s studio, a summer season retreat or “a fisherman’s dream.”
If it seems like your dream, you’ll should contact the corporate—there’s no phrase on how a lot it’ll value to make the dream come true.