LIVING ON AND IN THE WATER
Boyana Peeva’s design Noah’s Arch proposes jellyfish shaped homes in the ocean within glass domes.
Predicting the effects of climate change would cause a flooding effect, the project Noah’s Arch seeks a new way of living on and in the water. The jellyfish shaped homes are designed to float on the surface when waters are calm and to go deep when powerful storms appear.
Enclosed in glass domes each home is supplied with energy and clean air by enormous structures floating into the ocean. The jellyfish homes have variety of functions and connect with each other to exchange goods and services. Up to eight homes can be connected to the energy supply structures and they form a cluster that can easily move if there is a threat from a thunderstorm or a hurricane. The project was awarded an honorable mention at Laka Competitions in 2020.
Images: © Boyana Peeva