Jelly-Fish 45 Habitat

By: Bianca Bartz - Published: Oct 2, 2007   Updated: May 16 2011 • References: giancarlozema & newlaunches
In the future, you could be sleeping under water and having your morning coffee above, complete with ocean views. The Jelly-Fish 45 Habitat is a unique piece of architecture that is half-submerged in water. The five-story floating homes are meant for families of up to eight. The design by Giancarlo Zema is 10 meters high and over 15 meters in diameter.

Implications - Giancarlo Zema was inspired by the jellyfish and their "transparent and weightless structure." If you have always wanted to live in the ocean, this is as close as your going to get! The structure of the house is made entirely out of plastic and fiberglass. You will have to have a lot of cash to live in one of these jellyfish-inspired homes because they cost a whopping $2 million dollars! Stats for Semi-Submerged Luxury Trending: Older & Average
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