Way cooler than a regular old houseboat.
Created by the Estonian design company Kodasema, the KODA Light Float floating house is designed to float on a pontoon in a canal, yacht harbor, or private lake.
Even better, the tiny floating homes don’t require a foundation and can be assembled in just seven hours.
These striking little floating lofts are pint-sized at just 277 square feet, but feature a kitchen, living room, bedroom, bathroom, a wooden terrace, plus 11-foot ceilings.
A flight of stairs takes you up into the bedroom, and a ladder outside leads to the roof for times you want to get some sun.
Customize this tiny minimalist abode by choosing plywood or timber exterior, and either a spruce terrace with a pine border, or larch terrace with a glass border.
Inside Hook reports that the company suggests turning the Koda Light — which can also be installed on land — into a “harbour cafe, artist’s studio … summer retreat or a fisherman’s dream.”
Learn more about the KODA Light Float right here.
The company is so far only selling them in Europe, but should be shipping to the U.S. sometime soon.