Solar-powered Houseboat Makes Waterworld More Real
Jul 17, 2009 13:29
Waterworld has never been so real until now. Industrial designer Orhan Cileli's ingenious idea that allows you to enjoy both the sea at the comfort of your home may just be what seafarers are looking for. Its design takes a maneuverability and internal aesthetics turn. Half the house is submerged and the other half is above the water.
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