KEVELL is our ecological floating home concept. With an area of 20m², incorporating a cupboard bed-inspired parents’ room, a children’s bedroom with bunk-beds, a third fold-away bed and a small wash room, it really is ideal for a family of up to 5 people.
The kitchen, located in the outdoor area, is sheltered from the elements by means of a canvas suspended from the framework of the structure. The wheel-mounted wooden framework can cover the outer 1/3 of the length of the dwelling or be rolled back so that you can really make the most of your terrace when the weather is good. A pinion-mounted glass cover or taught netting can also be incorporated.
Possible materials: Canvas / Wood / Glass cover / Fishing net.
A sustainable floating home concept inspired by the baskets and pots used by Breton fishermen in days of old.
- Mobile structural framework covering 1/3 of the length, meaning that terrace can be covered or uncovered.
- Vertical cladding inspired by fishermen’s huts.
- Wood and stainless steel gangway and guardrail.
- Interior construction designed for prefabrication in the workshop and two-part assembly of the accommodation unit.
- Drinking water supply and wastewater disposal installed in the removable kitchen.
- Cupboard integrated into bunk-bed structure.
- Access to parents’ ‘cupboard-bed’ through sliding doors, leaving more room to move around inside the home.
Terrace dimensions : 6,6 x8,4 m.
Photos gallery: Kevell, floating house concept