Giant Egg-Shaped Houses
I found giant egg-shaped houses that are concept eco-friendly houses made of reclaimed materials.
The giant egg-shaped concept houses are a houseboat, a floating lodge and beach house. Originally,designers BMT Asia Pacific built a “dome building to protect radar and radio antennae for a cruise liner terminal in Hong Kong.”
They spent so much time creating this dome structure, they decided to turn it into something else and the idea of giant egg-shaped houseboats, lodges, and beach houses were born.
The designers of these delightful oval structures are Richard Colwill and Henry Ward of Henry Ward Design.
The floating lodge is meant to be a two-bedroom luxury escape. It can be set along a river or lake. Buy several and stack them together to make a cluster of rental units.
I like the unique houseboat idea. The giant egg-shaped houses idea is cracked open and gets a curved roof. Two bedrooms, kitchen, dining area and a private rear deck.
Not to be limited to just floating in water, a beach house model was created bringing new meaning to the incredible, edible egg.
These are just the first models in this Sea-Suite series. Just like the egg, the possibilities are endless.
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