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Ark- and tugboat-shaped prefab model home showcases sustainable timber architecture

The ground floor of the larger ark-shaped building, called the Flagship, has a "spine" that runs through the center of the home. The spine is comprised of storage and built-in furniture, with little rooms around the spine. Häberli describes the ground floor as "a quiet floor, a private space, not dissimilar to a ship's lower deck." Related: Curved timber "Smile" building in London is "stronger than concrete" The first floor is like a ship's upper deck and includes a kitchen, balcony, and dining area.
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