An amphibian hybrid, built from a renovated, secure- glassed container, covered by a parted sewing pipe. The energy supply comes from a solar film on the shell and four Savonius- windrotors on the rear.


It can be used as a slowly moving private waterhome for living or holidays or for demonstrating pupils and interested people the effects of sustainable energy. Because of the unshaded water positioning the gains of sustainable energy can be shown impressively. The interior contains a kitchenette and a bath room. The nose plate can be folded down for the use of a sun-balcony and to ventilate the unit. The batteries and the stabilization elements are placed in the interspaces between container and shell.

What was the task for the work you show here?

To allow ordinary users who have to save costs building their own equipment or to buy cheaply “second hand” luxury and normally overpriced instruments for their pleasure. An alternative for noisy and dirty motorboats on local waters.

What was your unique idea?

To show that daily used technical elements that are scrapped, can gain new values in an extraordinary arrangement.

Is the work you present here originally and genuine made by you?


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