My Floating Home season 1
The new series My Floating Home season 1 tells the story of the choice of homes are run on water. Many families consider it necessary to bring into operation the floating house with large glass windows overlooking the pond. Much of Europe is covered by the new trend in the sale of water homes. In each subsequent episode, a new couple or friends seeking to realize their dreams associated with the acquisition of the floating homes the benefits of which many have already evaluated at five points. Most professional architects and designers are engaged in the construction of these superb homes. They make up an individual project separately for each construction pick up a modern layout, furniture and design. Businesses are trying to do the work of the customers with maximum precision. They strive to create an atmosphere in which households would feel comfortable in their home in any weather conditions. Lately, floating buildings are subject to desires of many because its make it possible to be always in touch with nature with the quiet lapping of the waves outside the window enjoy the comfort of home.
My Floating Home season 1 episodes list:
Michelle and Bill, an outdoor loving couple, build an eco-friendly floating home packed with innovative features. The couple hires an architect to design a curved roof covered in grass and solar panels and an underwater basement with a window where they can view fish in the lake. With the environment in mind, they re-use 100 year old cedar logs for their interior cladding and wardrobes.
A young couple builds a dream floating "starter home" in a marina with stunning views of the Vancouver Mountains on one side, and the Vancouver Skyline on the other. The home is complete with an office to work from, and an exterior fireplace to save space within the open concept living plan.
A couple who often sails on their yacht past the famous float homes of Ladner, now wants to live in one themselves. They build a colossal three story floating home with spectacular views of the wilderness and a mooring for their boat so that they can hop onto their yacht whenever they would like.
A water sport loving homeowner is determined to make her dream come true and build a stunning floating home on Seattle's Lake Union. Using the latest in contemporary design, the ingenious design space allows her to enjoy views in privacy but also to merge the deck into the living space for entertaining on a modern and grand scale.
A young Dutch couple builds a dream floating apartment with an old ship as the frame for their first "starter home" in Amsterdam. The ultra-modern layout reflects the shape of the ship and has stunning views of the capital and surrounding waters.
Steve and his friend Rick meet in Maine every year to restore old boats. Now, Steve wants to build an innovative tiny floating home to live in full-time. Using recycled materials, they build a shanty-style houseboat on a catamaran hull. Making up the design as they go along, the two friends visit a marine salvage yard and find windows left by the roadside to put the finishing touches on the houseboat. Completed in just two months, they then must jack it up onto a trailer and take it to the water's edge to see whether it will sink or float. The home floats but now the real challenge is to navigate it out into open ocean on a maiden voyage to Maine.
A water loving couple builds a massive dream floating home with stunning windows and wrap around glass walkways to join a community of 600 floating homes on the Fraser River. The finished product is a luxury ranch style home, with a bar area and pool table, and sun decks with amazing views of the river banks.
A water loving couple builds a floating home on a canal, south of Amsterdam in the Netherlands. The biggest challenge is getting the floating home to fit through the Netherland's network of narrow and shallow canals, but somehow the home makes its way through the waterways. Their spectacular home includes a raised roof with a 360 sky view, a modern open plan living space and a wraparound deck to enjoy the surrounding countryside.
An adventurous couple builds a nautical themed floating home in a marina with stunning sea and mountain views on Vancouver's north shore. Their spectacular maritime themed home includes port-hole windows, arched doorways, a high barrel ceiling and an outdoor deck. As launch day approaches everyone is excited; but the tow across Vancouver's harbor to its mooring site does not run smooth. Windy weather makes for a precarious journey and there are near on collisions as the home is docked.
A couple that has never lived on the water before builds an oversized houseboat so that they can take their home with them anywhere on the vast network of canals that crisscross the United Kingdom. The final result is a stunning houseboat, complete with a luxurious master bedroom and a spacious kitchen with a six-seat breakfast bar. The best part of all? Their beautiful floating home is completely mobile.
A couple swaps their Oregon apartment for a wooden floating home using timber that will last nearly 100 years in the water. The end result is a beautiful and unique pioneer style river home with views across Mount Hood in Portland.
My Floating Home follows the adventures of families who are building the ultimate waterside dream homes – stunning ‘aquatic homes’ that float on water. This series explores stunning design features created uniquely for floating homes - from underwater windows to view the fish to wraparound sundecks and huge picture windows to take in the 360 views. Each episode in this series follows a different family as they attempt to take their dream from initial concept to final mooring.
Episode #13 Modern Marina Marvel, Junak, Chichester, UK
Episode #14 Rookies and Amsterdam
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