Floating family sized houses - Safety First


#1

We picture the tubular home, although it could also be a pod, having a “prow” on one or both ends, much like this:

This could be attached to each other in a flexible, energy producing (a pump at minimum!) set up, the Sea Train:

Or be attached to some a backbone extending from a bigger structure like a lens or ramform.

This backbone could also act as communications and piping.
It could be non flexible:


Or have different degrees of flexibility:

Here the underwater backbone also is used for piping and maintenance or service communication. A multitude of gangways, and floating docks create a perfectly customizable exterior streetscape

Much like a plant, it may straight like a woody trunk:


or curved and flexible like a spring stem

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#2

a helpful interactive view:
https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/embed.html?mid=ue270b46c-364c-45d9-994d-e671164fa89b

and the downloadable model available to the World!
https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=ue270b46c-364c-45d9-994d-e671164fa89b


#3

Porch on the sea

<img src="/uploads/db7667/original/1X/9606c92312ff9e32d548aadfbf6cc1a89173ea69.jpg" width=“690” height="306"byb

Enhanced vegetation people and boats
http://floatingislands.discoursehosting.net/uploads/db7667/optimized/1X/672e7ad9834e98a1655191a28e20ec910a496ce0_1_690x205.jpg


#4

Matias thanks for your generous share of the basic sketchup models…


#5


rigid fixture possibility


#6

An array of sea houses “hanging” from an artificial or natural island