Science enthusiasts will be familiar with the magazine “Ça m’intéresse”, which for many years has attempted to popularise scientific discoveries. So it was quite natural for the editorial staff of the monthly to be interested in looking a little more closely at the story of the Kevell and its fantastic promise for the future.
At the heart of its March 2013 edition, the “Ça m’intéresse” journalist reflects on the concept of the floating house imagined by Owen Poho, the project designer. Influenced by similar homes in the Netherlands, the design of the Kevell is reminiscent of the Breton lobster creels used in days gone by.
The only thing that the article does not mention is the surface area of the terrace of the Kevell, which, at 30 m2, enables all the family to make the most of the natural surroundings.