• Tafoni encourages living in Houseboats to benefit environment

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    The Tafoni Floating Home is a conceptual project from designer Joanna Borek-Clement. As we all know general boathouses often make a person feel homesick since they aren’t really comfortable as far as their design is concerned. In Tafoni Floating Home, the ceiling is of a good height and it looks very spacious. This is definitely a good change from the maddening crowds and city streets. In urban sites the construction debris associated with demolition and remodel of an existing building typically adds to the global refuse problem. Houseboats, as opposed to traditional homes, have no foundations that permanently impact the land. The environmental goal of this project is to give Tafoni owners the flexibility and options that are invaluable in an environmentally conscious lifestyle.


    Posted in Topics:Architecture, Tags: , on January 19, 2010