Duly inspired by the discerning client’s passion for motor yachts, the Poland-based renowned architectural firm MooMoo Architects has now built not only a state-of-the-art house but also masterly incorporated an area to anchor a yacht within the house’s structure. Notably, the design process of the Yachting House developed for the client’s named Jakub Majewski and Lukasz Pastuszka, didn’t actually compromised only on finding a style that related to the motor yacht, but also finding a place to anchor it. So, a daring decision to introduce a water canal through the house's central area was made, along with having a lock lift, which would enable the yacht to sail in along the line of windows in the living room and kitchen.
Speaking about this angular and monochromatic architectural masterpiece, the property reaches a total of 1457 square-meter with an unusual garden to boot.
Despite a yacht moored in the centre, the meticulously maintained surrounding land can still be used for sunbathing, parties, and as a playground for children.
Relating to the yacht not only in style and function, but also in detail, the house boasts terrace railings inspired by mooring handles, while its lounge areas have a change of floor level, which impressively relates to the seating arrangements on the stern of a boat.
Further, the house’s interior is characterized by, elegance and simplicity, and is finished with warm tones of wood.
Besides, we have earlier seen some of the other estates that comes with their private dock like the Campbell’s Soup Heiress’