The Marvel Of Curvilinear Architecture

January 2016 Web Exclusive

We’ve seen a lot of unique houseboats, but this one is in a class of its own. Designed by architect Robert Harvey Oshatz, this beautiful floating home uses curved glue lam beams reminiscent of the water’s movements found in a river’s current.

The large glass facade opens up to beautiful sunsets and a panorama of the river, with a big sliding glass door leading the way to the deck. The stateroom is perched over the study and has a clear view into the living and dining area onboard, offering a spacious layout that feels inviting and roomy. The curvilinear forms make this houseboat a true wonder of design. Check out more pictures here to see more! 

Photography credited to Cameron Neilson

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