The Wolke7 house design by Simon Sager is a futuristic idea worth paying attention to. It looks modern and it involves travelling with your home. Imagine flying your home to work, on vacations or to your relatives’ place. Why would you ever need another transportation vehicle, if your house is already built for transport?
It’s funny to think that wherever you go, you can be literally at home. You could be flying above the Himalayas while getting a call from one of your friends with a “Hey, how are you?” and you’d say “Just relaxing at home”. Than the next day you could be over the Pacific enjoying a quick swim under your bedroom window.
Theoretically, with climate frequently changing, earthquakes and floods, floating and flying homes are the future and maybe even condition for our survival. Of course, there is a problem of fuel consumption. A house, no matter how small, has a massive weight, which could drive to a lot of energy waste and inefficiency in midair. As such, conventional resources of fuel are out of the question.
Many of us dreamt about a tree house. Unfortunately, few ever got one. Now things will change for the better. Designing your home with Simon Sager’s Wolke7 concept you could have more than a tree house.
You have the chance to see the world without worrying where to find a decent place to spend the night. You can enjoy a lot of peace and quiet, have a gorgeous view of the landscapes, enjoy many sunny days and escape bad weather by flying to high altitudes.
Using house appliances, while the house is on the move, increases energy consumption. This could lead to electric shortages, not to mention how bad it can feel to stay in the dark at six thousands meters above sea-level. Even though the engines would stop, the house would continue floating and not fall.
If you ever step or even live in a Wolke7, remember to grab a parachute before saying “I’m off to work, dear”. Would you design your future home as a Wolke7?
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