The Jellyfish House is Built for Life at the Beach

By: Jessica Marcel - Published: Nov 7, 2009   Updated: Aug 11 2011 • References: & dornob
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?

Implications - For those people lucky enough to live within this modern nomadic architecture, they will soon find that this amazing piece of housing changed with the seasons and weather. The ability of this Jellyfish House to stand up to the elements makes it super sustainable. Stats for Modern Nomadic Architecture Trending: Older & Mild
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