These Futuristic ‘Floating Seahorse’ Homes Are Partially Submerged

Source: Huffington Post

[Apple’s co-founder also said that the US would look like Dubai if it didn’t spend all of its money on military]

Dubai is known for its extravagant development projects, like the indoor ski resorts, rotating skyscrapers and “miracle gardens,” to name just a few.

But the newest project, “The Floating Seahorse,” is exceptionally lavish: it’s a floating home with underwater rooms.


Dubai developer Kleindienst Group revealed the visually stunning renderings for “The Floating Seahorse” at the Dubai International Boat Show in March 2015. They say they’ll build 42 of the structures, which are essentially boats without the propulsion, and plan to have them completed by the end of 2016. The floating properties were designed and engineered to be part of “The World,” Dubai’s large artificial island project.

The buoyant structures will have three levels: an upper deck, a main floor at sea level, and an underwater level. The master bedroom and bathroom will be completely submerged, with panoramic underwater views.








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