Artists Turn Boats Into Art And Photography Studios And Are Now Sailing Across Europe.
Imagine if you could eat, sleep, live and work in a house that's absolutely dreamy? And best of all, you'd be doing all that while you were floating in the waters of Europe! Now it might sound like an absolute fantasy, but for German artists Maciej Markowicz and Claudius Schulze, this is a reality. As the two travel around Europe using their project 2Boats, they get to enjoy the perks of living in a room illuminated by ethereal lights indoors snuggling with a cozy blanket, or looking out at the always changing and beautiful scenery as they float across the water.
This boat looks like the coolest place to live, and a night aboard can certainly be a magical experience.
The most interesting part about this place is that unlike a conventional boat, this one has been designed to look like a small house, complete with all the comforts of home, except that you can take this home anywhere you want.
This isn't just some remote Airbnb that travelers can stay in but rather an outstanding project.
Maciej Markowics and Claudius Schulze are two talented geniuses who put their heads together and came up with the 2boats project that allows them and others to experience some of the most beautiful cities across Europe, but for a different perspective.
This house is literally floating in the river, which gives Claudius Schulze, who owns the boat, freedom!
He actually used to live aboard this boat before he and Maciej decided to come up with the concept of the projects. Now it provides a reliable mode of transportation while continuing to serve its original purpose.
Schulze's boat has all the amenities of home, but that's mainly because it is his home.
The interior has everything you'd expect like plants, beautiful fairy lights, and of course, a place to sleep. You can also look out the window and enjoy the water and the city from pretty much anywhere. Oh, and he has a cat too.
When the home boat is docked, it serves a bigger purpose than just a place to live and explore.
The project has attracted a lot of visitors into Schulze's boat, and they often come to talk about art, creative ideas, the environment, and other visions that can allow their imagination to expand and explode.
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