12 An Astonishing Ship House

An Astonishing Ship House

Posted on October 26, 2010 by team


An unusual ship-house was built by one countryman in Borovoy Township. He says that the idea came to him in a dream.

It’s interesting, that the house was built without any drafts and engineering drawings! “I have the drawings in my head” – says Nikolay.

The house is 9 meters in height, and 14 meters in length.

On the first floor (the galley) there are baths, swimming pool and water closet. In the forebody there is a kitchen.

Big drawing room, two bedrooms  and nursery are situated on the second floor(the wardroom).

On the third floor (the deck cabin) Nikolay made a greenhouse.

The building started on a “magical” date – the 7th of July, 2007. At first Nikolay wanted to build a bath there, but then he decided to make it habitable.

He also makes very pretty swans from old automobile sneakers!

via victorprofessor

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12 Responses to “An Astonishing Ship House”

  1. allen says:

    1st!!!!!!!!!

  2. xoxo says:

    it’s more a shack than a house. looks fun though.

  3. asteroid no. 444 says:

    Sailing on a sea of dreams.

  4. f0ck says:

    At lest owner isn’t afraid of floods…

  5. James says:

    looks pretty cool from the outside.

  6. whodareswins says:

    Automobile sneakers????????????

  7. Testicules says:

    I think he was inspired by Vodka! The craftmanship is top notch… well, not really. I think I made a better one when I was a kid in elementary school.

  8. That Guy says:

    wow… looks like something out of Treasure Planet, lol. I would live in it!!!

  9. MangledMengele says:

    “Automotive sneakers” is now in my lexicon.

  10. if I recall some article about old slavic houses, they were built *as* ships, that old russian houses were ships!

    not in this obvious form perhaps, but ships.

    freestone

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