FLOATING HOUSE IN DUBAI

The $2.8 million Floating Seahorse is the product of more than 5,000 hours of research and 13,000 hours of design and engineering, according to design firm Kleindienst Group.Dubai’s ultra-luxurious floating homes that are on sale range from $2.8 million to $12 Million.

The Master Bedroom View


More than 200 designers, engineers, and architects from 25 countries have been working to make the underwater fantasy a reality. The completion was at the end of 2016.

The floating home is a marine style retreat (a boat without propulsion) and will have three levels: one underwater, one at sea level and an upper deck.

The master bedroom and bathroom will be totally submerged underwater, while the sea level accommodation will have floor to ceiling windows, a fully-fitted kitchen with a dining area and an open plan living area.
The upper deck will feature an informal bed, a mini bar, a kitchenette and a glass-bottomed jacuzzi. The deck could be converted into a winter bedroom, which can be enclosed with retractable drapes.



Kleindienst’s team is currently at work producing 40 of these signature edition homes.Perfect for Jacques Cousteau or James Bond alike the supervillains are located off the coast of Dubai, the real estate agency Kleindienst Group is constructing a series of lavish floating villas that it has nicknamed “floating seahorses.” 

Since the structures are located about two and a half miles from Dubai’s shores, inhabitants can reach their Seahorse via boat or seaplane – not exactly the most accessible way to get to and from home. Once they’re out there, they can cross between the islands via floating jetties.

The Floating Seahorse is “essentially a boat, not a villa,” according to Kleindienst. It’s a boat that doesn’t move, with a fully-fitted kitchen and a glass-bottomed jacuzzi on its sun deck. But sure, let’s call it a boat.

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