A floating church, as well as “community hub” based on the Thames of London will be designed by an architect Denizen Works, the Global Construction Review reports on Friday.
The floating structure has an area of 60 square meters and will is intended to ply the canal system of the capital city of Great Britain.
Among the the design elements there will be “church organ bellows and the pop-up sleeping pods found in vintage VW camper vans”.
The boat is capable to partially collapse in order to pass under bridges with the low height. After the boat is moored, it will become “an illuminated beacon with its sculptural pop-out roof canopies”.