For the Hong Kong & Shenzhen bi-city Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture, artist Kacey Wong has created something called he calls the 'Paddling Home,' essentially a 1.2-meter cube-shaped house floating on a raft constructed of four barrels.
I hope he doesn't really plan to live in it. At any rate, the Paddling Home, which is decked out in pink tiles that resemble bricks, is good enough for playing rooftop golf and fishing--if not for actually living.
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