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life and leisure

A romantic getaway for two or a mobile house in the middle of a lake for the entire family or a group of friends. Whether you choose to use the floating home as a base camp for numerous outdoor activities such as sailing, paddling, water skiing or fishing, or simply to relax, you’re guaranteed a great living experience.


general characteristics

platform length (LOA)              

12 m to 16 m

platform width                           

6 m

waterline length (LWL)             

9 m to 17 m


5.6 m

total height                                

4.9 m


0.75 m

ceiling height                           

2.4 m

indoor area                             

23 m² to 66 m²

number of bedrooms              

0 to 3 double bedrooms



With a fixed width of 6 meters and lengths ranging from 12 to 16 meters, the possibilities are almost endless. Whether you want a cosy studio or a fully furnished three-bedroom house, the freedom of nature is on your doorstep.



Designed to have a low environmental impact. The chosen technology and materials are intended to reduce carbon emissions, and every houseboat includes a biological wastewater treatment plant.



Two small outboard motors, allow you to enjoy short rides at speeds up to 5 knots. Experience waking up in a different place every day.



With a fully equipped kitchen for everyday use, heat pump and AC generator, a barbecue on the upper terrace for sunny days and a wine cellar and pellet stove to keep you warm on cold days, you will find the comfort of your home.



The modular design of the house means that all its components, including equipment and furniture, can be easily stored and shipped in standard containers to almost anywhere on the planet.


The house is self-sufficient for at least seven days.

It produces up to 80% of its annual energy needs (100% for over six months).

The minimal frame windows that surround FLOATWING are from OTIIMA | Much more than a window. 

A worldwide reference that ensures the highest standards and demands of today's architecture and engineering. 

how we do it
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