News, Property I 06.03.19 I by

Kodasema rethinks the life aquatic with floating tiny home

Prefab practice Kodesema has taken a different tract with its latest offering – a floating tiny home that can be moored on harbours, lakes or city canals.

The Koda Light Float follows the same minimalist lines as the Estonian company’s other prefab houses but is integrated with pontoons to turn it into a waterfront holiday home or artist’s retreat.

Kodasema's latest prefab rethinks the life aquatic with floating tiny home
Courtesy Kodasema

Owners can customise the aquatic home, choosing from timber or zinc exterior cladding and a stripped back plywood-lined interior. There’s a living space, sleeping area, kitchen and bathroom squeezed into its 25 sqm of space.

Huge windows at the front of the house bring in plenty of natural light and maximise water views. For those looking to expand, extra Koda units can also be stacked on top. The floating tiny home takes around three months to produce and is delivered ready to install, with price on application.

Kodasema's latest prefab rethinks the life aquatic with floating tiny home
Courtesy Kodasema
Kodasema's latest prefab rethinks the life aquatic with floating tiny home
Courtesy Kodasema

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Emma is a contributing editor at The Spaces. She also writes for Grafik, Dezeen and Creative Review

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