Exbury Egg Floating House in England

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

We’ve proven many a times that collaborations between several designers always lead to the most creative projects. The Exbury Egg floating house proves that notion to still ring true.

Designer Stephen Turner has teamed up with the likes of SPUD Group and PAD Studio to create a floating shelter that will serve as home for the next 12 months. Shaped like a giant wooden egg, the shelter was constructed using boat building techniques, which means there should be no issues if the water gets a bit uneasy during a storm. Equipped with everything from a small stove and shower to the hammock bed and desk, this tiny dwelling has all the essentials. As you may have already guessed, the residence utilizes solar power for electricity, keeping you completely off the grid.

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