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Minimalist Apartment On The Water

The lounge boat is a joint creation by the German architect couple Tanja Wunderlich-Finckh and Chris Finckh, who were born out of their love for water. They set out to design a waterfront apartment with a creative floor plan and materials that are not normally found on a boat. The result is a floating retreat that suits both their design style and functionality.

Originally the couple were looking for what they were looking for, but when they couldn’t find anything they jumped into design mode. The exterior is mostly clad with an opaque outer shell, the rest is made up of panes of glass. When light is reflected from the water, the glass reflects the light and mood of the water into the interior, keeping it filled with natural light during the day.

The front room, which is surrounded by glass on three sides, offers a 180-degree view of the ever-changing outdoor landscape. The interior space is considered to be a space that can be divided into four rooms by four doors to create the living room, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom. Floor-to-ceiling curtains provide privacy and protection from the sun, depending on the couple’s needs. In addition to the deck space on the front and back of the houseboat, the roof also serves as a terrace with plenty of seating.

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