Floating Solar-Powered Waternest Eco-Home








The interior of the WaterNest 100 are characterized by being warm and welcoming, contemporary style and innovative. The scent of wood structure invades the space. The large windows allow light to enter and illuminate all day the environments. The furnishings are of high design in recycled and recyclable material – the result of a rigorous selection of the most renown and established eco-friendly contemporary design companies, thus meeting the trendiest style requirements.



Natural materials, soothing colors, soft shapes, allow you to live in an exclusive environment in direct contact with nature.





12 Responses to “Floating Solar-Powered Waternest Eco-Home”

  1. Marcia says:

    Would love to have one of these on a lake in some year round warm place.

  2. Ric says:

    Naaa…. too creepy. Too pod-like.

  3. Paul Banika says:

    Would like more info + cost re:floating solar-powered waternest.

  4. Marianne Kraus says:

    What a great idea and design,
    would like to know more about price and where it is sold !!!
    bestly M. Kraus

  5. Audrey Miller says:

    This home is amazing, it’s truly inspiring by solar power. This home will be an inspiration to others. Thank you for sharing this.

  6. Larry says:

    want more info like cost ect.

  7. Donna says:

    Does it make sense to create a pond on which to place it? How is the hull maintained….or is it maintenance free?

  8. Edward Thompson says:

    Only real problem is Finding water. All the places around here are Drying up, and those that are not are in Tsunami areas.

  9. Day-yah-nay Wiggins says:

    I would like more information as to costs-where it’s manufactured-shipping-availability-other options-modifications-septic systems- land applications–ETC?

  10. Sue Haines says:

    Please send additional info to above email, thanks

  11. Atiim El says:

    For the record I like your floating home can you send me more information cost ect..

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