BlogFLOATING WOODEN EXBURY EGG SHELTER

FLOATING WOODEN EXBURY EGG SHELTER

Homes and shelters are getting increasingly close together in so many major cities of the country, and with there being such a large and growing interest in tiny homes– what kind of interest could an egg shaped floating space garner? Though it’s not the main function here, it is still a question that arises more often than not.

SPUD Group, PAD Studio and designer Stephen Turner have collaborated to create a space that can be tested out as a small shelter to stay in and use as a ‘lab’ for one year. The Exbury Egg, as they have titled it, was constructed with boat building techniques and houses only the essentials. A small stove, shower, desk and bed/hammock are there; while any means of electricity will all come from solar power.

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