Floating houses using recycled polymers

A Danish architecture studio has designed a new construction system for floating houses using circular materials. The system consists of flat-pack modules made of recycled reinforced polymers, reminiscent of the concept of modular cages that can be filled with locally sourced floating waste materials.
The system is very adaptable and versatile compared to solutions currently on the market, as the flotation material can be adjusted according to the weight and size of the structures to be supported.
The modules are designed to be easily transported and assembled on site in multiple configurations as required.

Source and image: mast.dk