Science & Technology
May 28, 2012
Floating Architecture: Preparing for a Life on Water
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Photo: MOS Architects
Lake Huron House
On the Great Lakes, water levels vary from month to month and year to year. This prefabricated house would float atop a structure of steel pontoons, allowing it to fluctuate with the lake's levels.
Read the story: Floating Architecture: Finding Ways to Live With Rising Water.
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