"Generally floating houses are very expensive, and very ugly," Capdevila says. "I wanted to build a floating house that was affordable, easy to build, secure, and very well designed."
The space, where Capdevila lives, feautures minimal furnishings and uninterrupted views of the water.
"Most [floating homes] are reinvented boats with an unhealthy condensation inside, translated into humidity. In my house the smell is wood and it has a healthy proportion of humidity."
The sparse interior lets the house's waterfront setting stand out. Stool_One seats by Konstantin Grcic pull up to a simple wood island.
Capdevila notes that after living in it for five years, the house has required zero maintenence updates.