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Modern Nomadic Architecture
The Jellyfish House is Built for Life at the Beach


By: Jessica Marcel (Rockstar) Nov 7, 09
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The jellyfish house by Lab Zero is a highly stable nomadic beach home. The concept involves a large base, which stabilizes the home, and a stacked structure that provides great views and lots of light.

While the jellyfish house would be ideal on a deserted beach, it may be impractical to find a similar location for your own personal paradise. How would the jellyfish house look on a crowded beach? Could you imagine these dotting a coastline?



Source: dornob
Readmore: worldarchitecture.org



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