Solar-Powered Floating Hotel Suite ‘Anthenea’


Solar-Powered Floating Hotel Suite 'Anthenea'

Inspired by the 1977 Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me, the Anthenea Floating Hotel Suite is an aquatic luxury lair. The sea-faring saucer is the work of naval architect Jean-Michel Duacancelle and although its influencer Karl Stromberg had plans to destroy the world, Anthenea is attempting to protect it. The eco-friendly pod is completely self-sufficient, using five solar panels for its power and responsible waster water systems. Its sustainable-crafted interior is fir for a 21st-century villain featuring a wet bar, lounge a living room, and a master bedroom with a circular soaking tub. While the living spaces are wrapped in expansive glazing, an upper-level solarium with seating for 12 affords 360-degree views of the oceanic scenery. If you want more similar floating objects we can offer you the following ones: luxury floating island and eco island.

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