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Floating Homes, Hamburg, Germany by Martin Förster & Karsten Trabitzsch

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Floating Homes, Hamburg, Germany

More and more people are being fascinated and inspired by the idea of living on water. Modern architecture is increasingly discovering this original element as a living space. “Floating Homes”, the maritime building project by the Hamburg architect duo “Förster + Trabitzsch”, makes this new lifestyle possible and opens up the idea of living on water. Its cubic constructions in glass, steel and wood create transparency, and combine the area of water with the living space of the residents. The modern architecture of the external shell is continued consistently on the inside. The bathrooms have been designed with the collection Axor Uno². The clear, geometric lines of the taps complement and enhance the simple design language of the architecture.

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2 Responses to “Floating Homes, Hamburg, Germany by Martin Förster & Karsten Trabitzsch”
  1. rakhee says:

    hello,
    this is rakhee .
    i m student of architecture from india.
    i have opted for a topic of FLOATING STRUCTURES as my thesis. it will be very helpful to me if u can provide me some extra informatin about such structures.detais of construction aer most welcome.
    i assure you that this information will stay at the academic level and i dont intend to make any misuse of it.
    i am sure you will hopefully be glad to help students.
    reply awaited.

  2. binu says:

    looking is nice but can u show its side view too

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