A Dutch developer has said that it will launch designs for the “organic-shaped” homes in Dubai during the Cityscape Global property exhibition in September 2016.
In a press statement, New Living on Water (NLW) has said that it is aiming to generate sales of $50 million (AED184 million) in the first 12 months, rising to $100 million per year after that.
The NLW’s managing director and co-owner, Menno de Roos, said that, the new project depends on renewable energy sources used as much as possible, and he added that the newly developed floating residences guarantee both the privacy and nature that people are looking for, as well as the comfort of being part of a six-star super luxury beachfront resort.
The floating homes have been developed by NLW in cooperation with CIG, an industrial company engaged in shipbuilding, constructional design and production for complex architectural projects and the renewable energy industry worldwide.
The company’s website shows that the residence consists of several floors and is accessible by boat. The basement has a double floor, holding a garage with six rooms for six cars, entertainment area, fitness rooms, storage areas and a cinema. While the living area consists of four bed and bathroom combinations. The dining room with balcony is situated on the first floor and on top of the dwelling lies a curved sanded, polished and nautical coated steel roof, provided with high-quality insulation on the inside.
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