The Freedom Cove British Columbia House Resides on the Ocean

By: Misel Saban - Jun 27, 2016
References: mindbodygreen & apartmenttherapy
The Freedom Cove is a British Columbia House that is entirely sustainable with a dwelling that floats on top of the ocean. The abode is fashioned out of recycled materials and includes several different units that come together to form a house that offers an art gallery, lighthouse and even a series of greenhouses. The unit is entirely self-sustaining and eco-friendly to suit the landscape of the area.

British Columbia is well-known for its mountainous landscape, forests and vast coastal property and this home designed by Wayne Adams is an ideal example of how waterfront property can be converted into residential space. The home works conscientiously with the environment using recycled components, docks and green space to create a liveable space for Adams and his partner to live annually in.