Flood Proof Home Designed to Float

Flood Proof Home Designed to Float
Design

Los Angeles architecture firm Morphosis in combination with graduate students from UCLA have unveiled a brilliant solution to the problem of flooding - a house designed to rise with high waters.

Scott Lachut, PSFK Labs
  • 7 october 2009

Los Angeles architecture firm Morphosis in combination with graduate students from UCLA have unveiled a brilliant solution to the problem of flooding – a house designed to rise with high waters. The aptly named Float House has been developed over the last two years as part of the Make It Right foundation’s mission to rebuild New Orleans with homes that are affordable, sustainable and storm-resistant.

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