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    Floating architecture

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    • Floating building

    • A floating building is a building unit with a flotation system at its base, to allow it to float on water. It is common to define such a building as being "permanently moored" and not usable in navigation. Floating buildings are usually towed into location by another ship and are unable to move under their own power. ... Read »


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    • Chong Khneas Catholic Church

    • Chong Khneas Catholic Church is a Roman Catholic church in Cambodia. It is unique, given that it is a floating church, lying on the Tonle Sap lake. ... Read »


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    • Expo.02

    • Expo.02 was the 6th Swiss national exposition, which was held from 15 May to 20 October 2002. The exposition took place around the lakes of Neuchâtel, Bienne/Biel and Morat/Murten. It was divided into five sites, which were called Arteplages, due to the proximity of the water (some sites were actually partially or t ... Read »


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    • Liquid sound

    • Liquid Sound is a method of attaining underwater sound reproduction of music or meditative sonorities in swimming pools, combined with lighting effects. It is also an official trademark belonging to its inventor Micky Remann, a writer and musician living in Frankfurt am Main. Remann (born 1951 in Löhne-Menningh ... Read »


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    • Makoko Floating School

    • The Makoko Floating School is a building project of Makoko, Lagos, Nigeria. Prior to the commencement of the project, the children of Makoko only had access to one primary school which was inadequate, built on reclaimed land and was frequently threatened by recurrent flooding. In 2013, a Nigerian architect, Kunlé A ... Read »


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    • McBarge

    • Coordinates: 49°17′35″N 122°58′47″W / 49.293036°N 122.979797°W / 49.293036; -122.979797 The McBarge, officially named the Friendship 500, was a McDonald's restaurant, built on a 187-foot-long (57 m)barge for Expo '86 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Moored on Expo gro ... Read »


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    • Very large floating structure

    • Very large floating structures (VLFSs) or very large floating platforms (VLFPs) are manmade islands, which may be constructed to create floating airports, bridges, breakwaters, piers and docks, storage facilities (for oil & natural gas), wind and solar power plants, for military purposes, to create industrial space, em ... Read »


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    • Floating wind turbine

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      A floating wind turbine is an offshore wind turbine mounted on a floating structure that allows the turbine to generate electricity in water depths where bottom-mounted towers are not feasible. Locating wind farms out at sea can reduce visual pollution while providing better accommodation for fishing and shipping lanes ... Read »


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