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This topic contains 6 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by Avatar of OceanPhoenix OceanPhoenix 3 years, 8 months ago.

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  • #1235
    Avatar of nagydani
    nagydani
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    Here’s an interesting concept that is not specifically designed for seasteading, could prove very useful for accommodating visitors on seasteads.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qxnqy37KPc

    #9973
    Avatar of J.L.-Frusha
    J.L.-Frusha
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    Not new. ’70s minimalists designed similar, as have Oriental architects. Sometimes reffered to, in Sci-Fi as coffins…

    Later,

    J.L.F.

    If you can’t swim with the big fish, stick to the reef

    #9978
    Avatar of nagydani
    nagydani
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    Does it matter whether it is new or not? The point I was trying to make is that things like this might be a good alternative to providing full-sized guest rooms on one end and an extra guest bunk in the owner/tenant’s private space on the other end.

    #9985
    Avatar of TheTimPotter
    TheTimPotter
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    I bet we all end up sleeping in hammocks. Comfortable, stackable, packs away into small space leaving floorspace for the day, swings you to sleep in rolling sea.

    #10853
    Avatar of OceanPhoenix
    OceanPhoenix
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    Tune down the luxuries and you have yourself a prison cell.

    #10878
    Avatar of Terraformer
    Terraformer
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    No, tune down the luxuries and you have yourself a barracks. Or a minimalist home.

    The idea was suggested for guests…

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    Seasteading is to Boat Living what Traction Cities are to Vandwelling – simply a matter of scale.

    #10940
    Avatar of OceanPhoenix
    OceanPhoenix
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    Fine. Tune down the luxuries and put the lock on the outside.

    For guests and for generally living in, it would have to be more open. Or have a wall that can open. We don’t want guests suffering from claustrophobia.

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