H2Homes is an innovative solution for the floating villas concept.

The Adriatic Sea is Croatia’s greatest asset, but Croatia does not make optimal use of the sea.
The company that unlocks the potential of the Adriatic Sea will become the most valuable company in the region.
Unlocking this potential requires innovative uses of the sea and technology, and an understanding of what the market wants in the future.
TAG Holding Alpha and Lotus Architecti have identified a variety of strategic opportunities and developed innovative and profitable solutions.
If you choose to embrace innovation and collaborate with TAG and Lotus Architecti, together we can harness the potential of the Adriatic Sea for economic and social development in Croatia, and to create an active investment cycle and sustainable shareholder value

Annual construction capacity: 100 units
Annual income: €10.000 per berth plus an estimated €5.000 service fees. This is 200% greater than for a large marina berth
Construction of each unit would require 6 employees for 6 months. Servicing units would require 2 employees for every 10 floating objects to ensure comfort and security
Investment: creating a anchorage costs 20% of the cost of a marina and this cost is covered by the floating home buyer

"Two Faces" concept:
Land side of the building with its form refers to the traditional architecture with small windows and straight lines, while the seaside facade is complete opposite to its appearance, proportions and shapes and it looks like a luxury yacht.
Floating house has two floors: ground level (14.6 x 7m) and first floor (10 x 5,5m) which are located on the pontoon size 16 x 8 m.
The total net area of ​​enclosed space is 130 m2.
The total area of ​​outer space and terrace is 60 m2 on the ground floor and 40 m2 on the first floor.
The first floor has a living room, kitchen, dining room, etc.
On the ground floor there are 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, dressing room and lounge which has an internal connection to the living room on the first floor, and it is connected with an outside terrace on the ground floor level.
Pontoon is made of concrete, and it is lined with Brazilian walnut tree that is resistant to weathering, salt and sun, and because of its hardness has high resistance to mechanical damage.
In the house there are integrated systems of solar and wind energy.

Authors: James Price Chuck and Maja Brucic