Technically the Floating Seahorse is classified as a boat, but it only takes one quick glance to see that the project is much more akin to a floating house. Designed by the team at Kleindienst Group, the project consists of 42 properties floating in the
Hotel Burj Al Arab, Dubai. A luxury hotel located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates - the fourth tallest hotel in the world. Burj Al Arab stands on an artificial island. The shape of the structure is designed to mimic the sail of a ship.
Check out the new Mumbai Apartment complex The Aquaria Grande, with its Floating Balcony Pools. Designed by Hong Kong architect James Law, the plans for this incredible dream residence actually have swimming pools in the place of balconies.
What can be the most novel shape you’ll ever find in a desert? Certainly not a sand dune! Which is why I’m more than unimpressed by the design proposed for the Dubai Opera House by British architect Zaha Hadid. I mean the design might have been.
Underwater bedroom at Poseidon Undersea Resort located in Fiji. Who wouldn't like to live in a place like this Underwater bedroom at Poseidon Undersea Resort located in Fiji. Who wouldn't like to live in a place like this