Whether you're on the snowy mountain caps or a remote lake, the Floating Cabin can accommodate you. The compact modular house is made to survive in the most isolated locations with the most extreme climates. Constructed from a laminated wood with milled ports and composite aluminum facade, the lightweight structure can be moved from site to site by helicopter or crane and its seamless design can stand up to the harshest elements. Portable pontoons even allow you to set up camp on the water. Ran by solar power, the interior consists of a bathroom with a shower and bio toilet, a double bed, dining table, kitchen, and a glazed wall to welcome in natural light and views of your surroundings — whatever they may be.
Photos: Ivan Ovchinnikov / Bio Architects