The Exbury egg is the fruit of the joint work of the PAD studio, the SPUD group and the artist Stephen Turner, who, by the way, plans to work the whole next year straight out of this egg. Now the egg is in the mouth of the river Beaulieu, Great Britain and is a place for rest and a small laboratory. Inside this house there is a bed, a desk, a small tile and a shower room. He has a serious test: more than 700 daily tides below the waterline and 365 days in the rain, wind and the scorching sun.
Stephen will work all year in this egg, trying to understand the complexity of the relationship between man and nature, he plans to describe all the life cycles that have been going on around him this whole year and may be able to discover something new.
The result of many people's work resulted in environmentally friendly houseboat, because it is completely made from processed and renewable products, and in particular from wood, and as for electricity, solar cells were used here, that is, there is no emission of harmful substances into the atmosphere for the charging of Stephen's electronics. However, the project does attract more of its appearance than its environmental properties.
The project was completed in January 2013 and has a fairly modest size, despite the presence of all the things necessary for life 74 cm x 100 cm.Photogallery Total | 13 pictures