Taku-Tanku – Bicycle Towable Floating Tiny House Design

Made from two huge recycled water tanks and a few off-the shelf materials, a new tiny house design is intended to be simple and fast to build.The “Taku-Tanku,” which has sleeping space for two or three people, could potentially be used as a disaster shelter, say its creators, the architecture firm Stereotank and Japanese designer Takahiro Fukuda.” – Co.Exist

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Floating Guest House

This floating guest house is nestled among a community of eclectic houseboats on the Willamette River in Portland, Oregon. The project was designed to work as a part-time residence for a couple’s use while their main floating home is being built. After moving into the main house, the guest house will become a vacation retreat for visiting family and friends.” – Tiny House Blog

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Tiny House Inspired by The Spy Who Loved Me

The Anthenea measures just 4.6m in diameter and is made from fibreglass. A hydraulic jack opens the main door, but one of the most striking features is the glass bottom, which allows you to admire marine life close-up.

‘It’s very relaxing,’ says Ducancelle. ‘You feel like you’re actually floating in the water. It’s also more stable than a boat: it can resist a cyclone.'” – Mail Online.

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Floating Cottage on Norris Lake

It’s a boat, it’s a house, it’s a houseboat… no it’s a floating cottage.

“When Frank Fila, and his wife Kathy Rollow, first purchased their 1972 floating cottage they knew it was small, but thought it was perfect. With pristine views of Norris Lake, the cottage quickly became a favorite weekend destination for family and friends.”

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