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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.
Not new. ’70s minimalists designed similar, as have Oriental architects. Sometimes reffered to, in Sci-Fi as coffins…
If you can’t swim with the big fish, stick to the reef
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.
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.
Tune down the luxuries and you have yourself a prison cell.
No, tune down the luxuries and you have yourself a barracks. Or a minimalist home.
The idea was suggested for guests…
Seasteading is to Boat Living what Traction Cities are to Vandwelling – simply a matter of scale.
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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