With technology is moving on, designing, contractions of buildings and house reaches its peak. So, is with this house, Arkup’s floating home is an innovative and most powerful floating house on waters. This house has ability to withstand against stronger wave storms as well. The company Arkup revealed its plan to build a floating, hurricane-proof yacht in 2017, which can resist a Category 4 storm.
Arkup’s floating home becomes reality after the hard work of two years. Now, the company’s models are designed to weather a storm of huge magnitude. In February, Arkup introduced its first floating home in Miami.
Arkup’s Floating Home
Arkup’s floating home concept reality has a price, the next generation floating home with the price of $6 million. But, being heavily priced, the house is no with no second thought is a luxurious one. It has an impressive structure. It was designed by Dutch architecture firm Waterstudio.NL and the model pictured was furnished by Brazil’s Artefacto.
The innovative house covers the area of 4,350 square feet; the customized home has plenty of space for everyone. The floating house has four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. It can be set up on land, anchored by hydraulic studs, or take to the water. With the first model under its belt, Arkup plans to create smaller structures that will be about 1,600 square feet and come with a smaller price tag.
T Arkup’s floating home can be positioned to a depth of 20 ft (6 m) to steady the dwelling on water. The firm also says that it’s rated to withstand Category 4 Hurricane winds of up to 155 mph (250 km/h). it also got something’s for buyers in form of entertainment, as it has communication systems are used for the internet, TV and radio. While rainwater is collected from the roof and purified for drinking,
How the house will function, A hydraulic system allows the unit to rise more than 20 feet during a surge, and a series of rooftop solar panels will enable each of these floating homes to operate completely off the power grid. Arkup launched its first floating residences at a yacht show in Miami in 2019.