Floating House Can Be Split In Two If A Marriage Goes South

Floating House Can Be Split In Two If A Marriage Goes South

The 'Prenup House' is a conceptual structure that can easily detach if a couple decides to split

Lauren Kirkwood
  • 9 august 2016

Prenuptial agreements that allow couples to provide for the division of their assets in the event of a divorce are relatively commonplace —but one company is taking the concept to a new level with its aptly named Prenuptial Housing, which aims to solve the problem of dividing real estate when spouses split up. The housing consists of a floating house made up of two completely independent structures that are connected but can easily detach and float away from one another if the marriage dissolves.

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