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Floating House

The level of Lake Huron varies greatly over the course of the year, so, to give their clients the best possible vantage point year-round, MOS Architects constructed this cedar-sided floating house. Now moored in a rocky inlet on the Ontario, Canada side of the lake, the house was towed to this spot from a contractor's workshop on a more accessible part of the lake, limiting shipping costs. [Contemporist]