Mobile Spiral Island



This project, called Spiral Island was realized using an exuberant imagination and the pleasure of having an eccentric style of life.This mobile island which has as foundation one million of recycled, plastic bottles and some tires too, looks like a beach where there can be found palm trees and cultivated plants too which can be used for the fresh food.

The floating Spiral Island has as a mean of propulsion a powerful engine and as protection some concrete edges which seem ti imitate the shape of corals. This recycled paradise has a rustic air where you can prepare a barbecue easily with the fish caught from the water that surrounds the island, sitting comfortable on a bench under the shade of a palm tree.

Otherwise this type of home can be found in Jules Verne’s book “The Island with Propeller”.

One of the big advantages of this floating island is that you are in the middle of waters all the time and you can visit new places easily. However there are also some disadvantages like the insufficient security because it attracts all the sights upon it, the inexistence of fresh water or the natural calamities.

Nevertheless it represents a wonderful, relaxing place where you can spend at least some lovely moments if not your entire life.{found on dornob}


Published by in Architecture, on June 28th, 2011

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