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Officially called Arkup, this is essentially a super luxury boat house with a two-storey design, 22.9 meters long and a total floor area of 404 m2. The product is designed by Dutch architectural firm Waterstudio.NL.
Its most interesting feature compared to other floating houses is the hydraulic floor system. They can be pushed down to a depth of 6 meters for increased stability or raised above water for maintenance. The manufacturer claims it can withstand winds equivalent to a Category 4 hurricane, which is 250 km / h.
Besides, there are many different technologies installed in Arkup. For example, a 36 kW solar system and a battery charger up to 1,000 kWh, allowing enough power for both Arkup for a long time. Rainwater collected from the roof will be filtered for drinking, in a 15-volume tank.
The house also installs a variety of communication systems such as the Internet, TV and radio, intelligent navigation and operating systems. Its engine to move has a capacity of 100 horsepower, bringing speeds up to 12km / h. It comes with smarthome systems for curtains, electric light …
In terms of design, Arkup has an open ground floor layout with a living room, dining area, kitchen and bathroom. Upstairs there are a total of four bedrooms, each with a private bathroom.
Customers can also choose to customize many factors such as replacing the solar roof with a terrace terrace, or a combination of both. Or customize the battery capacity and navigation range, interior structures inside and outside the house, installing a number of other “toys”.
The company’s target customers are eco resorts in the Middle East, Asia and the Caribbean.
Refer to NewAtlas
Source : Genk