Spotted on Broombridge Road, Cabra, Dublin 7.
You call that a flag? This is a flag.
Behold: the Koda Light Float House – a zinc-clad dwelling surrounded by a generous deck on a pontoon raft connected to shore by a wooden bridge.
More house than boat (designed to be towed between locations), the minimal interior features double-height ceilings, an open living space, kitchen, and a lofted sleeping area from where to view the locale where you’ve chosen to dock.
Archway Studios – a three storey residence built on an infill plot beneath a 19th century railway viaduct in London.
Protected from the vibration of passing trains by a steel foil ‘acoustic shell’ facade, the central atrium has a roof light illuminating all three floors with a staggered staircase rising to bedrooms and a study on the top level.
Yours for just over a million quid.
Thanks Patrick Lehane